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Problem: Eukaryotic chromosomes become microscopically visible before cell division because:  a. They become less tightly wound b. They become more tightly wound c. They increase in length d. They become more tightly wound and increase in length e. They become less tightly wound and increase in length

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Eukaryotic chromosomes become microscopically visible before cell division because: 

a. They become less tightly wound

b. They become more tightly wound

c. They increase in length

d. They become more tightly wound and increase in length

e. They become less tightly wound and increase in length

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