How will the chromosomes of the two daughter cells look
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Assume that mammalian cells are grown in culture in the presence of fluorescent nucleotides for several generations so that all of the DNA in all of the chromosomes is fluorescent. When these cells are examined under a microscope, all of the chromosomes in the nucleus glow. If one of these cells is placed in regular media for one generation, how will the chromosomes of the two daughter cells look? (provide explanation)

A. all the chromosomes in both daughters will glow
B. all the chromosomes in only one of the daughters will glow, the other will not
C. only some of the chromosomes in both cells will glow

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