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The Cell Cycle
Transcript of The Cell Cycle
Prophase is the second step in mitosis.
Anaphase is the 4th step in mitosis.
Anaphase is when the chromosomes move
towards the poles of the spindles.
Anaphase is when the replicated chromosomes
will be pulled apart into sister chromatids. Each
sister will move to opposite ends of the cell.
Unlike Mitosis, the chromosome are not split.
Interphase is the first step of the cell cycle.
Seperates the DNA
when the cell doubles its cytoplasm
it synthesizes its DNA
Prophase is when the nuclear envelope is broken down and rearranged to make spindle apparatus
Interphase looks like a bowl of spaghetti noodles
Telophase and Cytokinesis
The nucleus disappears during prophase
themselves in the middle of
Centrosomes are at opposite
sides of the cell
Sister chromatids are the chromosomes that have been replicated join at the central part called the centromere
Telophase is the final stage of meiosis or mitosis, when seperated chromosomes reach opposite sides of the dividing cell.
Cytokinesis is the division of the cell cytoplasm that follows mitosis or meiosis division of the nucleus.
A nuclear envelope forms around each of the chromosomes.
Cytokinesis produces four daughter cells, each of them with a haploid set of chromosomes.
By: Claudia Taylor, Brianna Spark, Ragan Stanfield, Kennedy Kirkland and Leeann Myers
The 5 steps of the cell cycle are:
5. Telophase and Cytokinesis
The DNA molecules shorten by coiling to form chromosomes