Mitosis vs Meiosis

Mitosis vs Meiosis
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  • Did you know that meiosis is the process of cell division?
  • What? NO! That is not an accurate explanation!
  • Meiosis is cell division in the sex cells, and Mitosis is cells division in all cells apart from sex cells
  • WAKE UUUUPPPPPP!!!!!!!
  • OH NO! That means I got that question wrong on the test!!!
  • Oh CRUD!!! I forgot the phases of Mitosis and Meiosis!!!
  • This is Interphase. During this phase, the cell grows larger, DNA unravels into chromatid, and the nuclear membrane dissolves
  • During Prophase,  The nuclear membrane fully dissolves, and spindle fibers from centrioles come and hold the chromatids in place
  • Oh... sorry.... UGH.
  • Maybe a little break.
  • Just *YAWN* a little more...
  • And Cytokinesis is the separation of cells!!!
  • You're getting it! Meiosis is the same thing but with no cytokinesis and..
  • Because I got an A on my test, I got to go to Didney Worl!!!
  • And I get to go on a Mythical Carribeaner Cruise!!
  • And a carpet ride together.
  • Wait, WHAT?!?!?!
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