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Mitosis

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  • 1. Interphase 1. DNA is stretched out and is being read by the cell 2. Chromosomes replicate. 3. Chromosomes cannot be seen Nucleus Cell Membrane
  • 2. Prophase 1. Nucleus starts to disappear. 2. Sister Chromatids pair up to form chromosomes, which now can be seen. 3. Centrioles duplicate and move to the poles Centromere
  • 3. Metaphase 1. Spindle Fibers appear. 2. Chromosomes line up along the middle of the spindle. 3. Fibers attach to centromere. Spindle Fibers
  • 4. Anaphase 1. Spindle fibers pull the chromosomes apart 2. Chromatids are pulled to the centrioles.
  • 5. Telophase 1. Spindle Fibers and centrioles disappear. 2. Nucleus reappears around each of the new sets of chromosomes. 3. Cell starts to form a break at the middle and starts to pinch in at the sides.
  • 6. Telophase (continued) 4. Cell continues to split at the mid-line forming two cells that are completely identical. This cell splitting is called cytokinesis
  • 7. Telophase (continued) 4. Cell continues to split at the mid-line forming two cells that are completely identical. This cell splitting is called cytokinesis

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