Updated: 1/14/2021

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  • While in interphase cells do many things such as carrying out bodily functions. There are three different stages in interphase G1, S, and G2
  • During the S phase cells copy the DNA then the cell will collect nutrients that it needs to divide.
  • Mitosis has 4 stages those stages are Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, and Telophase. Each of those stages take place during mitosis
  • During Prophase the nucleus disappears and then the copied DNA appears.
  • In metaphase chromosomes line up straight down the middle of the cell and they come connected to a spindle of fibers that is used to cut/split DNA.
  • In anaphase the DNA that was copied gets ripped in half by spindle fibers and centrioles.
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