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Cell mitosis cycle
Transcript of Cell mitosis cycle
The chromosomes seperate into two identicle groups and move to opposite ends of the spindl.
The cell splits into two daughter cells with the same number of chromosomes and the parent cells.
The membrane breaks apart and the spindle fibers begin to move the chromosomes.
The chromosomes duplicate and the copies remain attached to each other.
What is mitosis
A type of cell division that makes two daughter cells with the same kind of chromosomes as the parent.
Chromosomes condense and the spindle fibers form.
The copied chromosomes align in the middle of the spindle fibers
Nuclear membranes form around each of the two sets of chromosomes.
Why is Mitosis Important
By: Kyle Andrews and Glenn Friedman
Cell mitosis is important for all living things because without it cells wouldn't be able to reproduce and we wouldn't be able to grow.