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The Cell Cycle
Transcript of The Cell Cycle
Mitosis is when the cell starts to do its real work, dividing itself to create two daughter cells.Centrioles have spindle fibers to pull the chromosomes apart. After that, the cell divide its innards and organelles to create the two new daughter cells.
During the G1 phase the cell grows, then starts to prepare for the S phase.
During telophase two new nuclei start to form with the same amount of chromatids. Then, the nuclear membrane regrows while the nucleolus reappears.
The Cell Cycle
In prophase, chromatin forms chromosomes and the nuclear membrane starts to disappear to make room for the chromosomes to move around. The centrioles also start to shoot out spindle fibers
In this stage of Mitosis, the chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell. Spindle fibers connect to the chromosomes' centromeres.
During interphase,the cell grows, then copies itself. After, the cell makes more organelles but all of this is just preparing for mitosis even though the cell stays in this stage for most of the time.
As the cell goes into the G2 phase the cell creates proteins that are needed for Mitosis.
In a place where cloning exists...
In S Phase, the chromatin inside the cell is replicated. The DNA, inside the nucleus, has also been doubled making it a full set.After replication, the cell gets ready for G2 Phase.
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UNIT 5: MITOSIS & THE CELL CYCLE. MSA.
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Cytokinesis in the animal cell is when the cell becomes two new identical cells by pinching the cell membrane, also known as daughter cells. In plant the cell not only pinches in but also creates a new cell wall. Each cell has the same amount of chromosomes but only half of the amount of the original cell. Same applies for the orgaelles. This is the last stage of the cell cycle before it starts over with interphase.
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