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Mitosis
Mitosis
Mitosis
Mitosis
Mitosis
Mitosis
Mitosis
Mitosis
Mitosis
Mitosis
Mitosis
Mitosis
Mitosis
Mitosis
Mitosis
Mitosis
Mitosis
Mitosis
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Mitosis

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  • 1. Mitosis
    Flip Book
  • 2. INTERPHASE
    The beginning stage this is the longest period of the cycle The DNA replicates, Centrioles divide and proteins are produced
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  • 6. The Nucleus begins to fade and chromatin condenses into chromosomes. Cytoskeleton attaches to other cells
    Prophase
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  • 8. Prometaphase
    The nucleus has completely faded releasing the chromosomes which begin to a line with the spindle fibers
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  • 10. Metaphase
    Tension applied between the fibers a line the chromosomes in the middle of the cell
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  • 12. Anaphase
    Spindle fibers shorten the kinetochores separate and the chromatids spilt and the cell begins to pinch into two different cells
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  • 14. Telophase
    Arrive at the end of the poles and the spindle fibers begin to fade away
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  • 16. Cytokinesis
    The spindle fibers not attached begin to break down. The contractile ring begins to split the mother cell into two daughter cells. New nuclei form
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  • 18. Interphase
    The two daughter cells have split from the mother cell and have started the cycle all over.

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