Cell Division

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  • (Outside Party)
  • Boi! Where do you think your going with out knowing what interphase is?
  • Well in interphase, the cell carries out it's normal life functions and we also have to keep in mind that the cell spends most of it time hear.
  • Yea!!!
  • (In party)
  • In prophase you are now aloud to see the chromosomes and the nucleus is gone. And it is the 1st stage in mitosis. And the spindle fibers and the centrioles stretch across the cell. It is waiting for the chromosomes to meet up in the middle for the next stage.
  • Hey! If you want to party you will have to know the first stage of mitosis!
  • IT'S LIT!!!
  • (Going Home)
  • STOP
  • I'm not letting you get home until you know the second stage of mitosis!
  • I don't understand why people keep asking these questions, but okay. Metaphase, the second stage of mitosis, and it is when the chromosomes meet up in the middle of the cell. And it is waiting for the chromosomes to split up identically in half for the next stage.
  • (Living Room)
  • Well that's an easy one! Anaphase is is when the paired chromosomes separate and move to opposite sides of the cell.
  • Do YOU know what the third stage of mitosis?!?! If you don't call now!!!
  • (Kitchen)
  • OH NO PLEASE! I'LL TELL YOU! So in telephase is it getting prepared to split, so it looks oval-ish. And that's because two nuclei are starting to develop. Is that good enough?
  • HEY! YOU BETTER HAVE SOMETHING EXPENSIVE IN THERE BECAUSE I'M GOING TO ROB YOU! BUT IF YOU KNOW THE LAST STAGE THEN YOU WILL BE SAFE AND I'LL LEAVE.
  • (Still Kitchen)
  • OK, OK, OK. UMMM... Oh yeah so cytokinesis is when the cell finally splits into two. And that is the end of the cell cycle.
  • It was alright, BUT GIVE ME MORE!
  • MEEOOWWW
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