Human Cells

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  • human cells!
  • The First step is interphase. It is when you do your normal activity. Your DNA is duplicating during this phase.
  • Hi Sammy, I'm having a problem divide myself, do you have any advice?
  • Grace, the reason why your not dividing is because your not going through the cell division process.
  • What is happening? Why am I going into these weird positions?
  • It's ok Grace. It is just your chromosomes are being created and your legs and arms are reacting because that is what are turning into your chromosomes.
  • The Second step is prophase. This is when your chromosomes form
  • Your right. Your chromosomes are just aligning up in the middle of the area, that's normal in this process. Your spindle fibers are connecting to the sides of the cell, so you may start to be connecting to the sides of the walls
  • The Third stage of this process is metaphase. This is when your chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell.
  • Ok Sammy, let me guess, this is another stage?
  • This next stage is anaphase. This is when your chromosomes are on the side of the cell, and your spindle fibers are connected from the middle.
  • Why am I starting to connect to the handles of the doors?
  • Don't worry, your spindle fibers are just connected to the chromosomes at the end of the cell. Your arm is a fiber trying to go all the way to the door handle, or the middle.
  • The second to last stage is telephase. This is when your a nuclear membrane forms around a group of chromosomes.
  • Your nuclear membrane is just forming around your chromosomes. Your soon going to split.
  • Sammy, I'm splitting into 2! Why am I splitting into 2!
  • WHAT HAPPENED?
  • The final stage of cytokinesis. The cytoplasm has split, and now we have to even cells.
  • I may have forgotten to tell you that there will be 2 of you.
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