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My mitosis flip. The cell

My mitosis flip. The cell

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  • 1. MITOSIS FLIP BOOK
    Created by Christopher Trotzuk
  • 2. Interphase
    Interphase is the main phase of a cell’s life. The cell grows, copies DNA and gets ready for mitosis. Chromosomes form and the nucleolus begins to dissolve.
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  • 7. Prophase
    Duplicated chromosomes form an X shape and the nucleolus is gone. Spindle fibres begin to form and nucleus begins to disappear.
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  • 14. Metaphase
    The duplicated chromosomes line up across the middle of the cell because of the spindle fibres pulling them. The nucleus disappeared.
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  • 19. Anaphase
    The duplicated chromosomes move apart to opposite ends of the cell also the spindle fibres shorten.
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  • 23. Telophase Mitosis
    The cell will begin to separate and the spindle fibres will soon disappear. While the nucleolus and nucleus will appear.
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  • 31. Cytokinesis Mitosis
    This is the last stage of the cell. The cell will divide because the membrane pinches together. This cycle repeats.