When do chromosomes duplicate for meiosis?

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Jan 2, 2016

Answer:

the cell cycle for meiosis is made of interphase, meiosisI, and meiosis II. Interphase is the preparatory sage where chromosomes duplicate with all the other cell organelles.

Explanation:

This interphase is divided into three sub-stages being G1, S, and G2.
S is the abbreviation of synthesis where a new amount of DNA is synthesized and hence it is duplicated.