Cell Cycle Flip Book

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  • Interphase is just like you. You carry out your daily life functions a lot, and then when you finish your homework, which would be the DNA, your level of happiness duplicates.
  • ( ---> ) ) ) ---> ( ( ( ---> ) )
  • Hey, mom, what's Interphase?
  • Prophase is just like you. Your chromosomes, or in this case, your brain, consists of two sides, the right and left, which are two chromatids, and they create ideas, spindle fibers, which stretch across to get more ideas.
  • ) (
  • Hey, mom, what's Prophase?
  • Metaphase is just like you. The chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell just like when you line up for football. The spindle fibers, stretch across the cell just like you and your teammates, spread out along the field.
  • |- -----)-(
  • Hey, dad, what's Metaphase?
  • Anaphase is just like you. The chromatids are just like your cheerleading buddies, they seperate and become their own leaders, or chromosomes, that are separated when all of you stretch to the opposite sides of the field, or cell.
  • |-- ---< > --- --|
  • Hey, mom, what's Anaphase?
  • Telophase is just like you both. When you guys want cookies, I am the group of chromosomes and you guys are the nuclear membrane. You guys form around me and swarm me whenever I have the cookies, and if you don't get what you want you pinch toward each other.
  • ) ( )
  • ) ( )
  • Hey, dad, what's Telophase?
  • Cytokinesis is just like you. When you were eating your sandwich for lunch today, the sandwich, or the cytoplasm, was split in half to make 2 identical pieces, or "daughter cells."
  • ) ( )
  • ) ( )
  • Hey, dad, what's Cytokinesis?
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