Cell Cycle Comic Strip

Cell Cycle Comic Strip
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  • Oh jeez John, look at this unusualy large dragon looking cell! He's growing, living, doing his job. Jeez, osmosis must be hard for him, look at that surface area!
  • Yup Dave, I believe he is at the end of Interphase too, and he is duplicating his DNA! 
  • Whoa John, he is now into prophase, his nucleus is starting to divide!
  • Yes, his centrioles are starting to appear and move to the opposite end of the cell and spindle fibers will form.
  • Wow look at this metaphase! The chromatids are fully attached to the spindle fibers!
  • Mhmm, quite impressive.
  • Now look at the anaphase, the spindle fibers are pulling the chromatids to the centrioles.
  • And now, telophase, two nuclei have formed, and the chromosomes appear as threads .
  • And finally, cytokenisis, The cell membrane moves inward and two daugher cells are created and they each have identical chromosomes.
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