Chemical changes during cleavage, Biology

CHEMICAL CHANGES DURING CLEAVAGE -

1.       Synthesis of DNA occurs.

2.       Synthesis of RNA (rRNA is absent, mRNA & tRNA are synthesized very little amount).

3.       Protein synthesis take place - The nucleo histone protein are used in chromosome replication & tubulin protein is used for the formation of microtubules fibres.

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