Mitosis Storyboard

Mitosis Storyboard

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  • Mitosis Storyboard By: Varun Shiralkar
  • I use a process called mitosis. I use it so that the organism that I am part of can grow and repair itself.
  • Cell Blue, why are there so many of you?
  • During the prophase, chromosomes and spindle fibers appear. The nuclear membrane starts to break down. In a human cell, mitosis starts with 46 chromosomes.
  • First there is the interphase. I grow and mature. I make a copy of my DNA. The nucleus contains chromatin.
  • In the metaphase, chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell and spindle fibers attach to them.
  • In the anaphase, spindle fibers pull the chromosomes apart.
  • During the telophase, 2 nuclei have formed. The cell membrane is pinching the middle of the cell.
  • During cytokinesis, two daughter cells have formed from the original parent cell. In a human cell, 46 chromosomes are in each daughter cell. Mitosis starts with and ends with the same number of chromosomes.
  • Huh, so that's how mitosis works.
  • Yup.
  • Yup.
  • In the prophase, spindle fibers and chromosomes form. The nuclear membrane starts to break down.
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