And this is the shorter one from the mother.
The reason for dividing the percentage in half deals with the fact that in the second division segregation asci resulting from a single crossover between the "t" locus and the centromere only two of the four chromatids actually cross over.
And we also have replicated our centrosome as we've gone through interface.
As you work, be sure to record the unusual patterns of asci. They're just different allele. After it goes through interface, I am going to have in my nucleus here, my DNA will have replicated.
They might contain different base pairs, different actual DNA, but they code for the same genes. Let me do these two centromeres.
And let me draw a centrosome which will play a role later on.