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Mr.Hoag begins the Prometaphase. The nuclear membrane dissolves and the chromosomes begin to move.
The newly formed spindle fibers line up the paired chromosomes at the cell nucleus. This is called the Metaphase. The formation is vital for the next phase.
The paired chromosomes separate and move to opposite sides of the cell. He is going through the Anaphase.
The chromatids arrive at opposite ends of the cell and new membrane forms around the daughter nuclei. The spindle fibers and chromosomes also disperse. What Mr.Hoag just did was the Telophase.
Mr. Hoag has just experienced Cytokenesis. Fiber rings composed of protein pinched the cell into two complete daughter cells.
Now we can finish our stir fry.
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