CELL DIVISION

CELL DIVISION
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once upon a time there was a dude

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  • Oh no! I have to go drive my friend to work now or he will be late! But I am not sure what to do since nobody is here to save my spot!
  • Oh! I have an idea! I can just create a duplicate of myself!
  • And so Bill started the cellular cycle and begins interphase. His chromosomes are being copied and doubled before he begins mitosis. They appear as thread like coils called chromatin and start to change into sister chromatids in order to start the next phase in the cell cycle.
  • Bill begins prophase and the nuclear membrane dissolves and the centroles move to the oposite ends of his body where they form spindle fibers.
  • Now Bill begins metaphase there the chromotids attach themselves to the spidle fibers.
  • Bill begins anaphase where the chromotids seperate and begin to move to the oposite sides of his body.
  • Bill now is going through what is known as telophase. Two new nuclei are being formed and the chromosimes appear back as chromatin as new nuclear membranes are formed around each nucleus.
  • Bill begins cytokenisis as the cell membrane moves inwards, creating two daughter cells with their own nucleus and identicle chromosomes. Bill now has his clone.
  • Now I can go bring Jeremy to work and still see this movie!
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