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Cells divide and reproduce by MITOSIS Four stages of MITOSIS are INTERPHASE, PROPHASE, METAPHASE, ANAPHASE and TELEPHASE
First step in cell division Cells double in size Chromosomes are not visible
Second step Chromosomes condense & become visible Chromosomes scrunch-up, double & separate Spindle fiber start to emerge Chromosomes move toward opposite poles
Third step Chromosomes move to the middle of the cell Spindle fibers are attached to sides of chromatids Mitotic bundle is fully formed
Fourth step Spindle fibers pull on the cell wall Chromosomes move to the ends of the cell Cell wall begins to divide
Fifth/Final step Cells divide and create two new cells A plate develops and a cell wall forms Each new cell contains its own chromosomes
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