Mitosis Storyboard

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  • A cell starts out in Interphase, which is the stage where a cell spends most of its life. The DNA also duplicates itself.
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  • After Metaphase comes Anaphase, which is when the chromosomes are pulled to the sides of the cell.
  • Hello class. Today we will be learning about how cells like you divide.
  • CELL SCHOOL
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  • Spindle fibers also form near centrioles, which will help the chromosomes split.
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  • After Interphase comes Prophase, where the DNA turns into Chromosomes.
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  • The spindle fibers keep them in place.
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  • After Prophase comes Metaphase, which is when the Chromosomes line up.
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  • The centrioles split them in half.
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  • After Anaphase comes Telophase, which is when the cell starts to pinch and divide.
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  • My DNA just duplicated!
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  • After Telophase is Cytokinesis. The cell now completely divides into two new cells.
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