The length of the different phases of the cell cycle can be measured by performing a pulse-chase experiment with radioactive thymidine and waiting to see how long it takes for radioactivity to appear in mitotic chromosomes. What cell-cycle phase is measured as the time between the end of radioactive thymidine labeling and the beginning of the appearance of radioactive mitotic chromosomes?

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G1 phase

  

M phase

  

S phase

  

G2 phase

 

asked Dec 26, 2012 in Biology by anonymous
    

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G2 phase

 

answered Dec 26, 2012 by JaFajx ~Expert~ (464 points)

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