Cell Division Storyboard
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Welcome to Cell Division Class. Today we will look at how cells divide. This is interphase, the Cell is just doing its normal life activities and Duplicating DNA
DNA Is condensed into Chromosomes, which are made of DNA and Protein.
The Chromosomes Line up in the middle and the Centrioles come in,
Anaphase: Here we can see that the spindle fibers have attached to the centromere of the chromosome, and the Chromosomes separate and move apart from eachother.
Telophase: The cell begins to divide, and Two new nuclei form and the chromosomes begin to turn into strands of DNA, Two New identical Daughter cells begin to form.
Cytokinesis: Two new identical daughter cells are formed, and each have their own Nucleus.
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