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Cell Mitosis Project- Digital Immersion
Cell Mitosis Project- Digital Immersion
Cell Mitosis Project- Digital Immersion
Cell Mitosis Project- Digital Immersion
Cell Mitosis Project- Digital Immersion
Cell Mitosis Project- Digital Immersion
Cell Mitosis Project- Digital Immersion
Cell Mitosis Project- Digital Immersion
Cell Mitosis Project- Digital Immersion
Cell Mitosis Project- Digital Immersion
Cell Mitosis Project- Digital Immersion
Cell Mitosis Project- Digital Immersion
Cell Mitosis Project- Digital Immersion
Cell Mitosis Project- Digital Immersion
Cell Mitosis Project- Digital Immersion
Cell Mitosis Project- Digital Immersion
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Cell Mitosis Project- Digital Immersion

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This is my Cell Cycle: Mitosis project for Digital Immersion.

This is my Cell Cycle: Mitosis project for Digital Immersion.

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  1. C Cell Cycle: Stages of Mitosis By Cassidy Kersch
  2. C First Interphase: Interphase, is the longest cycle. This is the stage where the DNA is replicated, centrioles divide, and proteins are being made. In this stage, the cell may appear to be doing nothing but actually it is completing mutltiple tasks.
  3. First Interphase<->Prophase
  4. Prophase: <ul><li>Next, the nucleolus fades and the outcome of the replicated DNA and the new proteins, called chromatin. Every replicated chromosomes produces two identical chromotids, containing the same information. </li></ul>
  5. Prophase<->Prometaphase
  6. Prometaphase: <ul><li>Next, the nucleolus fades and the outcome of the replicated DNA and the new proteins, called chromatin. Every replicated chromosomes produces two identical chromotids, containg the same information. </li></ul>
  7. Prometaphase<->Metaphase:
  8. Metaphase: <ul><li>In this stage, the chromosomes align up in a straight line down the center of the cell. </li></ul>
  9. Metaphase<->Anaphase:
  10. Anaphase: <ul><li>Now, the chromosomes are being pulled apart. They are sent to opposite sides of the cell. </li></ul>
  11. Anaphase<->Telophase:
  12. Telophase: <ul><li>The chromosomes arrive at the opposite sides of the cells. The fibers that held them together start to disappear. </li></ul>
  13. Telophase<->Cytokinesis:
  14. Cytokinesis: <ul><li>The other fibers disappear, in this stage. This is also the stage where two ‘daughter cells’ of the first cell are formed. </li></ul>
  15. Cytokinesis<->Late Interphase: <ul><li>The other fibers disappear, in this stage. This is also the stage where two ‘daughter cells’ of the first cell are formed. </li></ul>
  16. Late Interphase: <ul><li>The other fibers disappear, in this stage. This is also the stage where two ‘daughter cells’ of the first cell are formed. </li></ul>

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