Cell Division

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  • nucleus with DNA strands doubling
  • Cells have a process in which they divide in. The spend most of there life carrying out the functions in order to survive. At the very end the DNA starts to multiply and doubles its self.
  • Cell in the phase called interphase
  • The next phase is called prophase. It is when the DNA compresses in to something called a chromosome. Each chromosome has 2 chromosomes. Also spindle fibers start to for and link up. The nucleus starts to disperse so that metaphase can occur.
  • Chromosomes are DNA compressed
  • Spindle fibers start to form
  • I am lonely :(
  • The third phase is called metaphase. This is when the chromosomes start to move to the middle of the cell and the spindle fibers connect to the centromere. The chromosomes line up in the middle. M for middle! Haha get it?......
  • Connecting
  • The next phase is annapahse. This is when the spindle fibers pull away the chromosomes and now there an even amount on each side of the sell. i got another one A for away!..... So if we start out with 4 strands of DNA, now there will be 2 strands on each side of the cell so when telophase happens there will be an equal amount in each cell.
  • Pulling apart chromosomes
  • After anapahse comes telophase. This is when the nucleus starts to form again and there is the same amount of DNA in each nucleus. The cells starts to pinch in so they can break apart into two cells. But thats at cytokines.
  • I know a way you can remember the steps. The first letter of each step is a word. I playmusic at the concert!
  • The last stage is called telophase. This is when the cells are completely detached and there are now two cells called daughter cells and there are two nucleus. In this whole process there are 6 steps.
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