metakinesis

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met·a·ki·ne·sis

, metakinesia (met'ă-ki-nē'sis, -ki-nē'sē-ă),
Moving apart; the separation of the two chromatids of each chromosome and their movement to opposite poles in the anaphase of mitosis.
[meta- + G. kinēsis, movement]

metakinesis

The process in which the chromatids of a chromosome are separated and migrate toward the spindle poles during mitosis; anaphase.

met·a·ki·ne·sis

, metakinesia (met'ă-ki-nē'sis, -sē-ă)
Moving apart; the separation of the two chromatids of each chromosome and their movement to opposite poles in the anaphase of mitosis.
[meta- + G. kinēsis, movement]

metakinesis

(mĕt″ă-kĭ-nē′sĭs)
Moving apart, esp. the moving of the two chromatids of each chromosome away from each other as they move to opposite poles in the anaphase of mitosis.