Cell Process

Cell Process

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  • Hey Marty, do you know what mitosis is?
  • Yes I do Wolly. The first step is interphase. In interphase, the cell is preforming daily life activitys, and will eventually prepare for mitosis
  • That is so cool Marty! Tell me about the second step!
  • Ok Wolly, the second step is called Prophase. In prophase, the DNA starts to condense and become chromosomes. ALso, the centrioles and spindle fibers begin to stretch.
  • Marty, can you please tell me about the thirds step?
  • Sure Wolly. The third step is metaphase. In metaphase, chromosomes line up along the middle and the spindle fibers attach to the centromere of the chromosomes
  • Marty show me the fourth step, I am dying for you to tell me.
  • I will tell you the fourth step Wolly. The fourth step is anaphase. In anaphase, the paired chromosomes separate and move to opposite sides of the cell.
  • This is mind blowing Marty. Tell me the 5th step.
  • Sure Wolly. The fifth step of mitosis is telophase. In telophase, the chromatids have arrived on opposite sides and nuclear membranes form around them.
  • I can't wait to find out the last step Marty!
  • Well Wolly, the last step is cytokinesis. In cytokinesis, this stage results in two, seprate, genetically identical daughter cells, each with one nucleus.
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