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Mitosis!

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Transcript of Mitosis!

The Cell Cycle
Bibliography!
Mitosis!
Prophase!
Met
By: Shivani Kolla, Elizabeth Woolley, and
Ella Grundeen Strehlow

Metaphase!
Interphase!
G
S
Telophase!
Mitosis:Anaphase!
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2
1
Phase
Phase
Phase
Cytokinesis!
In cytokinesis for animal cells, the cytoplasm pinches and separates the cell into two daughter cells!
For plant cells, a plate forms between were the cell wall is going to be.
There are 4 different phases of Mitosis(Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase)
"The 4 Stages of Mitosis." <i>Mnemonic:</i>. Web. 13 Dec. 2014. &lt;http://www.ict4us.com/r.kuijt/en_mitosis.htm&gt;.
"Mitosis, Cell Cycle Control, Meiosis." <i>Mitosis, Cell Cycle Control, Meiosis</i>. Web. 13 Dec. 2014. &lt;http://www.prism.gatech.edu/~gh19/b1510/mitmei.htm&gt;.
Mitosis is the 2nd phase of the Cell Cycle
by: Shivani Kolla
Mitosis:
By: Shivani
Kolla
Mitosis:
"EduPic Cell Drawings." <i>EduPic Cell Drawings</i>. Web. 13 Dec. 2014. &lt;http://www.edupic.net/cells.htm&gt;.
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Mitosis is NOT the longest
phase of the cell cycle
<i>Www.edupic.net</i>. Web. 13 Dec. 2014. &lt;http://www.edupic.net/cells.htmhttp://www.edupic.net/cells.htm&gt;.
By: Shivani
Kolla
Web. 13 Dec. 2014. &lt;http://www.edupic.net/Images/Mitosis/telophase_3D.png&gt;.
By: Shivani
Kolla
By: Ella Grundeen Strehlow
Ana = Apart
Telo=Two
1. The chromatin organizes itself to become chromatids. ( which will form chromosomes)
2. The nuclear membrane breaks apart so the chromosomes inside can be spread out.
3. The nucleolus inside the nucleus disappears.
4.The spindle fibers start shooting out of the centrioles.
Chromosomes
Spindle fibers
Mitosis ensures
that the cells
being made are
identical
a chromatid is 1/2
of a chromosome
Centriole
Centromeres are the thing that hold the chromosomes together. They are located in the middle of the chromosome.
1. The chromosomes line up in the middle.
2. Spindle fibers attach to the centromeres.
Chromatids
During Anaphase, the chromosomes are being pulled apart by the spindle fibers. The chromosomes that are pulled apart are now chromatids.
Nuclei
1. 2 nuclei begin to form with the same amount of chromatids in each nuclei.
2. The nuclear membrane will begin to grow again.
3. The nucleolus will appear again.
<i>SparkNotes</i>. SparkNotes. Web. 14 Dec. 2014. &lt;http://www.sparknotes.com/biology/cellreproduction/mitosis/section3.rhtml&gt;.
Interphase is the first phase of The Cell Cycle. During this phase, the cell prepares to divide into two cells by copying it's DNA and enlarges itself.
It also makes more organelles and more cytoplasm.

For this phase, the cell grows to it's needed
size and creates the structures it needs.
"The Three Stages of Interphase." The Three Stages of Interphase. Web. 15 Dec. 2014. <http://www.tutorvista.com/biology/the-three-stages-of-interphase>.
The cell duplicates all of it's chromosomes. For humans, it would go from 23 to 46.
In this phase, the cell checks itself for any missing organelles and increases the amount of cytoplasm, so when the cell becomes two, there is enough for both.
After this, the cell is prepared to go on to the cell division.
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