THE G2 PHASE GIVES TIME FOR ORGANELLES AND MOLECULES IN THE CELL TO PREPARE FOR CELL REPRODUCTION
Whoa, where am I?
IN PROPHASE, THE GENETIC MATERIAL IN THE NUCLEUS CONDENSES AND THE DUPLICATED CHROMOSOMES BECOME VISIBLE
THE PROCESS OF CELL REPRODUCTION IS KNOWN AS "THE CELL CYCLE"
IN METAPHASE, THE CENTROMERES OF THE DUPLICATED CHROMOSOMES LINE UP WITH THE CENTROMERE. THEN SPINDLE FIBERS CONNECT THE CENTROMERE OF EACH CHROMOSOME TO THE 2 POLES OF THE SPINDLE
THE CELL CYCLE BEGINS WITH THE GROWTH PHASE, ALSO KNOWN AS THE "G1" PHASE
DURING THIS PHASE THE CELL GROWS UNTIL IT IS CAPABLE OF REPRODUCING
IN THIS PHASE THE DNA OF THE CELL IS REPLICATED INTO 2 SETS OF DNA FOR EACH DAUGHTER CELL
ONCE THAT IS OVER WITH, THE S PHASE BEGINS.
NEXT IS THE G2 PHASE
MITOSIS IS SPLIT INTO 4 DIFFERENT PHASES, PROPHASE, METAPHASE, ANAPHASE, AND TELOPHASE
AND NOW WE GET TO THE PROCESS OF CELL REPRODUCTION: MITOSIS
IN ANAPHASE, THE CHROMOSOMES SEPARATE AND MOVE TO OPPOSITE SIDES OF THE CELL
LASTLY, TELOPHASE, WHERE THE CHROMOSOMES BEGIN TO SPREAD OUT IN A TANGLE OF CHROMATIN. A NUCLEOLUS THEN BECOMES VISIBLE IN EACH DAUGHTER CELL
Wow! That was a lot to take in, but I think I got most of it.
So in Prophase, the chromosomes become visible. In Metaphase, the centromeres are connected to the spindle. In Anaphase, the chromosomes move to the opposite sides of the cell, and in Telophase, a nucleolus becomes visible in each daughter cell.