The Phases of Mitosis Comic By Caydence Sansing!
By cls_21, Updated
This explains the four phases of mitosis in a more fun and less boring way with mean, sad, happy, nice, funny and bossy characters.
Wait, you know the phases of mitosis?!? Can you show me?
Sure she does, whatever...
I wanna play...
I didn't even know this!
Oh, you know, the phases of mitosis are so cool...
Sure! First, prophase happens. Prophase is when the nuclear membrane disinigrates, the centroles move to opposite ends of the cell, and chromatids first become visible. Second, is metaphase. Metaphase is when chromatids line up in the middle. Third, is anaphase. Anaphase is when the chromosomes seperate and move away from one another. Fourth, is telophase. Telephase is when mitosis is complete and a new nucleus forms around each set of chromosomes.
The Four Phases of Mitosis!
Why can't I play with them?
Because I actually paid attention during class.
BEAT YOU THERE!
Wow! That is SO cool! Where did you learn that?
Girls, come along!
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