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  • Yes! During interphase, the cells conduct normal activities and they also duplicate its DNA to help the human grow, develop, repair and reproduce!
  • Did you know that your cell goes under a process of interphase?
  • The 1st stop is Prophase!
  • During the first step of mitosis, chromosomes form, which consist of two chromatids held together by the centromere. The membrane around the nucleus disappears. Sprinkle fiber starts to stretch the cell.
  • The process of duplicating DNA is called, Mitosis.
  • The 2nd stop is Metaphase.
  • You can remember the word metaphase by thinking that stands for middle.
  • During metaphase, the chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell, and the spindle fibers attach to the centromere of the chromosome.
  • During Anaphase, chromatids of each chromosome separate into separate chromosomes and are pulled to opposite side of the cell.
  • The spindle fiber plays an important job!
  • The 3rd stop is anaphase
  • During telophase, a nucleur membrane forms around each group of chromosomes. The DNA returns to a loose mass of strands, and cell membrane begins to opinch.
  • The 4th stop is Telophase
  • Two nuclei are formed!!
  • The last step of the cell cycle is Cytokinesis. During this process, cytopplasm splits. This happens during Telophase.
  • Finally, 2 genetically identical daughter cells are created!
  • The final step is Cytokkinesis
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