The Magic School Bus (pt. 2)
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Telophase is the final phase of mitosis. This is where the chromatin, also known as daughter chromosomes, begin to stretch out. The nuclear membrane for the daughter cells begin to form, therefore the cell appears to have two nuclei.
Through the cytoplasm as we pass by the newly formed nuclei. After all, what's a cell without a brain?
Last but not least, Ms. Frizzle and her class see the final stage of the cell cycle, cytokenisis. In this animal cell, the cell membrane was pinched off in the centre. Maybe the next class trip would be to a plant cell so they could see the way a plate is formed to seal off the cell. Either way, two daughter cells were produced each with identical chromosomes and DNA.
Phew! We just made it class! Good thing my magic school bus can go at magic speeds. Otherwise we would have gotten pinched like that cell membrane.
That's all for today kids! What an exciting adventure. We'll see you tomorrow, when we visit the zoo. And remember, stay safe kids! Don't forget those seat belts!
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