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Transcript of Mitosis
Nuclear membrane and nucleolus begin to break away and disappear
Centrioles move to the opposite poles of the cell
Spindle fibres are released by the centrioles 1. Nucleus
6.Cromatin Introduction Telophase Prophase Different Parts of the Cell Phases of Mitosis: Closer look into the Chromosome Entire structure is called a chromosome.
Made up of: 1. Prophase
5. Cytokenesis Metaphase Duplicated chromosomes are moved to the equatorial or metaphasial plate.
Appears to be in the middle. *Metaphase = Middle Anaphase Spindle fibres begin to move back towards the centrioles, this causes the chromosomes to split in two
Pulled towards the opposite ends of the pole (spindle fibers are getting shorter because it is no longer needed).
Shortest Spindle fibres disappear completely
Nuclear membrane starts to form around the DNA.
Chromosomes begin to uncoil and reform into chromatin.
Roughly equally divided
Nucleus and nucleolus reform in each cell Cytokinesis Cytoplasm divides
2 new cells called daughter cells!!