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Cell Mitosis
                     The Cell Cycle



By Reb ec ca Daw n R u th er fo rd-L a ss er <3
Interphase




In this phase, the cell appears inactive. It is the
longest phase of the cell cycle, the DNA
replicates.
Interphase to Prophase
Early Prophase




Early Prophase is when the nucleolus fades and
the replicated DNA and other proteins condense
into chro...
Metaphase




The part where the chromosomes are aligned in
the middle of the cell.
Anaphase




The daughter chromosomes are pulled apart and
start moving to the different cell poles.
Anaphase to Telophase
Telophase




The daughter chromosomes get to the cell poles.
Telophase to Cytokinesis
Cytokinesis




The fibres that are attached to the chromosomes
start to break down and then only the portion of
overlap o...
Cytokinesis to Interphase
By Rebecca!!



By Rebecca Rutherford<3
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    1. 1. Cell Mitosis The Cell Cycle By Reb ec ca Daw n R u th er fo rd-L a ss er <3
    2. 2. Interphase In this phase, the cell appears inactive. It is the longest phase of the cell cycle, the DNA replicates.
    3. 3. Interphase to Prophase
    4. 4. Early Prophase Early Prophase is when the nucleolus fades and the replicated DNA and other proteins condense into chromosomes.
    5. 5. Metaphase The part where the chromosomes are aligned in the middle of the cell.
    6. 6. Anaphase The daughter chromosomes are pulled apart and start moving to the different cell poles.
    7. 7. Anaphase to Telophase
    8. 8. Telophase The daughter chromosomes get to the cell poles.
    9. 9. Telophase to Cytokinesis
    10. 10. Cytokinesis The fibres that are attached to the chromosomes start to break down and then only the portion of overlap os left. Makes it an “official” two cells!! :)
    11. 11. Cytokinesis to Interphase
    12. 12. By Rebecca!! By Rebecca Rutherford<3
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