How Mitosis Work!
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The cell is performing normal life activities, and will eventually prepare for mitosis by growing and duplicating it's DNA
The separated chromatids arrive at opposite sides of the cell, and new nucleur membranes form around them. The vhromotads unravel into lose strands. The cell begins to pinch in
DNA in the nucleus begins to condense and become chromosomes. Centrioles and spindle fibers begin to strech across the cell
Chromosomes align along the middle of the cell and spindle fibers attach to the centromere of the chromosomes
After that, the paired chromosomes separate and move to opposites sides of the cells
Finally, This stage results in two, separate, genetically identical daughter cells, each with one nucleus
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