Mitosis

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  • Hello everyone, today I'm going to talk about mitosis and his phases.
  • Mitosis: Is a part of the cell cycle when replicated chromosomes and they are separated into two new nuclei.
  • Interphase; in interphase the cell carries out normal life function. DNA is duplicated at the end of interphase, also is when the cell is performing activities and will eventually prepare for mitosis by growing and as I already say duplicating it's DNA
  • the first thing that today we're going to talk it's interphase
  • Now we're going to talk about prophase
  • Prophase:the chromosomes forms, membrane around the nucleus disappears, and centrioles and spindle fibers being to stretch across the cell.
  • Metaphase: Chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell and spindle fibers attach to the chromosome.
  • Here is some information about metaphase.
  • Anaphase: the paired chromosomes separate and move to opposite side of the cell.
  • Anaphase is one of the last phases of mitosis.
  • Telophase and Cytokines are related because in telophase is when the cell is being duplicate and cytokinesis is when the cell is duplicated
  • Telophase: The nuclear membrane forms around chromosomes and the chromatids unravel into lose strands. Cytokinesis: this page is in two separate but identical daughter cells, each with one nucleus.
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