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Mitosis Flip Book<br />By: Ty Klarner<br />
Interphase<br />Interphase is the first step of cell cycle<br />The cell grows and carries out life functions<br />The nuc...
Original Cell<br />
Cell growing and Duplicating DNA<br />
Mitosis<br />Mitosis is the second step of the cell cycle<br />The nucleus divides into 2 equal parts , each have equal am...
Early Prophase<br />Duplicated Chromosomes  form an “x” shape  chromosome, the Nucleus will disappear  and nuclear membran...
Late Prophase<br />Spindle fibres are fully visible  and the “x” chromosomes attach onto the spindle fibres, Nuclear membr...
Metaphase<br />The spindle fibres pull tight making the “x” chromosomes  form a straight line across<br />
Anaphase<br />Spindle fibres begin to contract pulling the centromeres apart, making the sister chromatints pull apart ,  ...
Telaphase<br />Telaphase is the final step of Mitosis, here the once used to be one cell is now splitting into 2 cells, th...
Cytokinesis<br />In the final stage of the cell cycle,  Cytokinesis pulls apart the once used to be one cell into 2,  thes...
Were I got my Info From<br />Got all the information from the BC Science 9 Textbook<br />
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Mitosis Flip Book

  1. 1. Mitosis Flip Book<br />By: Ty Klarner<br />
  2. 2. Interphase<br />Interphase is the first step of cell cycle<br />The cell grows and carries out life functions<br />The nucleus makes copy’s of its DNA<br />As the grows it has to make more proteins and molecules to make the cell properly function<br />
  3. 3. Original Cell<br />
  4. 4. Cell growing and Duplicating DNA<br />
  5. 5. Mitosis<br />Mitosis is the second step of the cell cycle<br />The nucleus divides into 2 equal parts , each have equal amount of DNA<br />There are 4 steps of Mitosis, in order: Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telaphase<br />
  6. 6. Early Prophase<br />Duplicated Chromosomes form an “x” shape chromosome, the Nucleus will disappear and nuclear membrane starts to die down, the spindle fibres start to appear <br />
  7. 7. Late Prophase<br />Spindle fibres are fully visible and the “x” chromosomes attach onto the spindle fibres, Nuclear membrane is now gone<br />
  8. 8. Metaphase<br />The spindle fibres pull tight making the “x” chromosomes form a straight line across<br />
  9. 9. Anaphase<br />Spindle fibres begin to contract pulling the centromeres apart, making the sister chromatints pull apart , after this each sister chromatints is now considered a chromosome <br />
  10. 10. Telaphase<br />Telaphase is the final step of Mitosis, here the once used to be one cell is now splitting into 2 cells, the chromosomes are at each end of the poles and there are 2 nuclei in one cell, also the nuclear membrane reappears around each chromosome<br />
  11. 11. Cytokinesis<br />In the final stage of the cell cycle, Cytokinesis pulls apart the once used to be one cell into 2, these 2 cells are called sister cells and are similar to the original cell (parent cell),<br />This all happens when the cell membrane pinches together and releases the cytoplasm and organelles .<br />
  12. 12. Were I got my Info From<br />Got all the information from the BC Science 9 Textbook<br />

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