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Mitosis

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Transcript of Mitosis

These are the 3 stages of a cell cycle
Mitosis
cytokinesis
4 phases of mitosis
Interphase
These are some pictures of what the 4 different mitosis looks like
These are the 4 different types of Mitosis
Mitosis
( The cell cycle)
Interphse
Mitosis- Prophase
Mitosis- Metaphase
Mitosis- Anaphase
Mitosis- Telophase
By Jaden Davis
Thank
you
Mitosis: Prophase
#1
#2
#3
Mitosis: Metaphase
Mitosis:Anaphase
Let's take a look at the
4 different types of Mitosis
Each Mitosis has it's unique
job.
Interphase is also part of the
cell cycle,just not part of the 4 mitosis
Mitosis:Telophase
Don't forget about the last
cell, of the cell cycle
This is what happens when the
cell splits
Mitosis: Cytokinesis
Now, lets see what it looks like when
all the cell are in a cycle
Mitosis
JD
Interphase
Mitosis: Prophase
Mitosis: Metaphase
Mitosis: Anaphase
MItosis: Telophase
Cytokinesis
Interphase
Mitosis: Prophase
Mitosis: Metaphase
Mitosis: Anaphase
MItosis: Telophase
Cytokinesis
The cell grows & makes a copy
of DNA
The cell also makes copies if it's centrioles
There are 6 parts to a cell
cycle in 3 stages
stage 1
stage 2
stage 2
stage 2
stage 2
stage 3
!What are
the cell's doing?
The Chromitin gets compressed
to form chromosomes. While
pairs of centrioles move to the side of the
nucleus.
Each daughter cell is formed when the cell
pinches in the middle and splits in two. The daughter
cell's both have the same amount of chromosomes.
As the chromosomes make line across the midway point, they all attach themselves to the spindle fiber when done.
When the cell begins to strech, it starts to
form it's own nuclear envelope.
In the Mitosis-Anaphase, the centromeres splits and the chomatids become new chromosomes. As the opposite ends of the cell are pushed apart the cell itself is also being stretched.
s1
s2
s2
s2
s2
s3
The number of chromosomes that goes into the daughter cell is determined by the parent cell. How ever many chromosomes are in the parent cell is in the daughter cell.
Chromosomes in parent to daughter
BIB

Anaphase pic from
https://classconnection.s3.amazonaws.com/536/flashcards/1471536/jpg/mitosis_anaphase_1339479863041.jpg

Prophase pic from
http://www.ivyroses.com/HumanBody-Images/Cell_Structures/Prophase-Early_cIvyRose.jpg

Telophase pic from
https://classconnection.s3.amazonaws.com/536/flashcards/1471536/jpg/mitosis_telophase_1339480200530.jpg

Cytokinesis pic from
http://www.edupic.net/Images/Mitosis/cytokinesis.png

Interphase pic from
http://www.quia.com/files/quia/users/dschnepp/Mitosis/interphase-jpg

Metaphase pic from
https://wikispaces.psu.edu/download/attachments/48201960/image-1.jpg
Relative length of each stage
To replicate a DNA, it take about 10 hours
to complete

Preparation for Division takes about 2 hours

Cell division takes about 1 hour

The growth of the cell take roughly about 9 hours
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