During mitosis, it is necessary for the nuclear envelope of the parent cell to disintegrate. This is accomplished in part by phosphorylation of proteins associated with the nuclear envelope. If the enzyme responsible for that phosphorylation event is inhibited, at which phase of mitosis are cells likely to arrest?

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metaphase

  

telophase

  

anaphase

  

prometaphase

 

asked Dec 26, 2012 in Biology by anonymous
    

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

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