What diverges to different poles in the anaphase of the first meiotic division?

In anaphase I, homologous chromosomes from bivalent (tetrads) diverge towards the poles. Consequently, only one of each pair of homologous chromosomes enters each of the two formed cells – the number of chromosomes decreases by half, the chromosome set becomes haploid. However, each chromosome in this case still consists of two sister chromatids.

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