The Cell Division Process
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During Interphase, the cells are just doing their job and just doing cell things. Interphase has 3 stages, G1, S, and G2.
Hey Cell#69, I have called you here to inform you that your DNA must be copied to prepare for the division process.
Anaphase pt. 1
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In S-phase, the cell copies its DNA. It'll also gather nutrients that is needed for this process.
Anaphase pt. 2
During the start of mitosis, the prophase (which is the first phase mitosis) is when the nucleus disappears and for some organisms like us, the centrioles can be visible.
During this phase, the chromosomes start to align in the middle of the cell. It is connected by spindle fibers so that it can be split in half
In Anaphase, the chromosomes are split in half by the centrioles and spindle fibers.
During the end if Anaphase, the chromosomes have split off evenly to both poles.
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