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The centromere is a region in which:

a. chromatids are attached to one another.

b. metaphase chromosomes become aligned.

c. chromosomes are grouped during telophase.

d. the nucleus is located prior to mitosis.

e. new spindle microtubules form.

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The centromere refers to the dense region in a DNA sequence in the chromosome, usually found either in the middle or near the middle of a chromosome. It is the region in mitosis, where the microtubule spindles connect through the kinetochore.

By providing the opportunity for kinetochore assembly, it is a region in which chromatids are attached to one another.

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