Independent assortment is the sorting of chromosome homologs into their respective daughter cells. It is considered independent as each pair of homologous chromosome does not influence the others during meiosis.
Independent assortment occurs when pairs of homologous chromosomes line up at the equator during metaphase of:
A. meiosis II
B. mitosis II
C. mitosis I
D. meiosis I
E. It is not during metaphase
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