Cell Cycle; Mitosis in class

Cell Cycle; Mitosis in class

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  • Interphase is the step where the cell carries out normal life functions, grows, and duplicates its DNA.
  • Our topic today is mitosis. The first step is interphase. Does anyone know what happens in interphase?
  • Mr. Wilson
  • Collins
  • DNA strands
  • Lucas
  • In Prophase, the DNA begins to condense and become chromosomes. Spindle fibers begin to form and the nucleus starts to disappear.
  • The second phase is prophase. Lucas, what happens in prophase?
  • Spindle Fibers
  • Chromosomes
  • During metaphase, all of the chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell while spindle fibers attach to the centromere of the chromosome. The nucleus also disappears completely.
  • Metaphase is the third phase in mitosis. What happens?
  • The fourth phase is anaphase. During anaphase, the chromatids, the individual parts of the chromosomes are pulled to the opposite sides of the cell.
  • Who knows what the next step in mitosis is?
  • Chromatid of a chromosome
  • In telophase , nuclear membrane forms around each group of chromosomes. The DNA goes back to its orginial form. The cellular membrane begins to pinch in.
  • Collins, please tell me what happens in telophase.
  • In cytokineses, the cytoplasm splits creating to identical daughter cells.
  • To wrap up, what happens in cytokineses?
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