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The cell cycle begins with the interphase. Interphase is when a cell grows and prepares for mitosis.
Mitosis is the process of cell division in which both daughter cells of the same number of chromosomes as the parent. Mitosis can be divided into four parts.
Mitosis begins with the prophase, in which the nucleus begins to fade and the chromosomes become visible.
The second step is the metaphase. The chromosomes will form a straight line in the cell.
The third step is called the anaphase. Spindles form and begin to pull the chromosomes apart.
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The last step is the telophase, where everything in the parent cell and its copy is moved to new cells and begins to divide.
This creates two identical cells with the same number of chromosomes as the parent in a process called cytokinesis.
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