Its cell division
This is interphase, this is where the nucleolus and the nuclear envelope and the chromosomes are in the form of threads.
This is prophase this is when the chromosomes appear condensed and the nuclear envelope is not present
This is metaphase, this is when coiled chromosomes with two chromatids, are lined up on the metaphase plate
This is anaphase. This is when the chromatids of each chromosome move towards the other poles
The chromosomes are at the poles and are diffusing, the nuclear envelope is reforming and the cytoplasm may be dividing.
There are two daughter cells
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