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Copy of Review: Cell Cycle & Division

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bekkah Rkh

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Transcript of Copy of Review: Cell Cycle & Division

Review By: Rebekkah hooker Cell Division: Mitosis What is the purpose??? Interphase picture (cell)
explanation
(breif - sentence
or less) Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase picture (cell)
explanation (breif - sentence or less) picture (cell)
explanation (breif - sentence or less) picture (cell)
explanation (breif - sentence or less) picture (cell)
explanation (breif
- sentence or less) Interphase is the phase of the cell cycle in
which the cell spends the majority of its time
and performs the majority of its purposes including
preparation for cell division. student.ccbcmd.edu phschool.com
To divide.Prophase is part of the process
of mitosis.It involves the condensation of chromatin
into ultra-compact chromosomes. Meet in the middle - meiosis botit.botany.wisc.edu Pulls apart.Each chromatid moves to opposite
poles of the cell, the opposite ends of the
mitotic spindle, near the microtubule organizing
centers Two separate nucleus form.
Here the once used to be one
cell is now splitting into 2 cells,
the chromosomes are at each end of
the poles and there are 2 nuclei in
one cell, also the nuclear membrane
reappears around each chromosome
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