function of cells
How cells function and there parts to function
Cells are very tiny but just because you can't see them doesn't mean there not there. When a cell grows it copies the DNA and gets ready to divide into two.
The centrioles moves to the opposite side of the nucleus, then the spindle flibers forms a bridge, the nucleus envelope and breaks down.
After the chromosomes line up across the center, the chromosomes attach to the spindle fliber.
The two chromosomes separate, and becomes a new chromosome. It moves to the opposite end of the cell. The cell is pushed apart.
When the chromosomes stretched out it started to lose their rodlike appearance. After the new nuclear forms around each region of chromosomes. Then the DNA again separates from the cytoplasm by the membrane.
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