In eukaryotes, chromosomes are being compacted and decompressed in many stages in the cell cycle.
How does chromosome compaction differ during metaphase and interphase in eukaryotes?
A. Chromosomes are more compacted in interphase than in metaphase.
B. There is no chromosome compaction in interphase.
C. Chromosomes are more compacted in metaphase than in interphase.
D. Maximum chromosome compaction occurs during interphase.
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