Cell Division Storyboard

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  • This is where the cell spends most of its life. It will do daily cell activities and then towards the end, the DNA will start to duplicate.
  • Well, your cells will start to divide and eventually repair themselves. Here is the first step of cell division: Interphase.
  • Ow! I scraped my knee! How will it heal?
  • DNA strands
  • Nucleus
  • Nucleus
  • Yes, sure! The next phase is Prophase.
  • Hey mom, the doctor never finished telling me how cells divide. Will you tell me?
  • Chromosome
  • The chromosomes form. They consist of two chromatids held together by a centromere. The membrane of the nucleus starts to disappear. The spindle fibers start to stretch across the cell
  • Nucleus
  • Spindle Fibers
  • Centromere
  • Chromosome
  • The chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell. Spindle fibers attach to the centromere of the chromosome
  • Spindle Fibers
  • Then comes Metaphase.
  • Chromosomes
  • Spindle Fibers
  • Chromatids separate into separate chromosomes and pull to opposite sides of the cell.
  • Next is Anaphase...
  • The nuclear membrane starts to form around each group of chromosomes. DNA returns into loose mass of strands. Cell membrane begins to pinch.
  • DNA strands
  • Nuclei
  • Then comes Telophase,
  • Centrioles
  • Wow! I love science!
  • The last stage of the cell cycle where the cytoplasm splits and you get two identical daughter cells!
  • DNA strands
  • And finally, Cytokinesis!
  • Nuclei
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