The answer to the previous question is: A centromere is the point of attachment of two sister chromatids in any cell, arising during the process of cell division. A centrosome is a cell organelle initiating cell division in animal cells. For further points of differences between the two, you may go through Ishan’s answer in the comment section of the previous post.
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