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Title: The transition from Anaphase to telophase

Legend: This Image shows that the transition from Anaphase to telophase can take 2 pathways.It dictates the spindle assembly checkpoint (SAC) or a "short cut" known as mitotic slippage.

If you would like to further your understanding of mitotic slippage perhaps follow the bellow link below to an external site containing an article discussing the relationship between mitotic slippage and Microtubules.

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current16:33, 18 April 2013Thumbnail for version as of 16:33, 18 April 20132,048 × 1,536 (319 KB)Z3330795 (talk | contribs)This Image was created by Student 3330795. This image depicts his or her simplistic interpretation of the 2 pathways from anaphase to telophase transition.

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