Cell Cycle

Cell Cycle

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  • Hello, Mrs. Andrea what can I help you with today at the doctor office?
  • Well lets take look and see if what is happening  through your mitosis
  • Well, doc I recently just had a baby, through a c-section.
  • So, right now your at the beginning of before mitosis even starts called the inter phase.  This is before reproduction of the cells starts. The chromosomes are making more, being put together and the cells are doubling its size. 
  • Oh okay interesting, okay!
  • Mrs. Andrea so right now you are at the start at mitosis which is prophase and your cells are like an ambulance to make more cells for your c-section cut also, where the nucleolus membrane breaks and the chromosomes bind together with the centro mere. 
  • So what will the centriolles start to do?
  • The centriolles start to spin and create a frame around. 
  • Nice to see you again Andrea, so now the chromosomes are starting to meet in the middle which is called meta phase and this is when the centriolles connect to the centro-meres  and, the chromosomes are having sort of like party and they are not paired  up but, in a single file line. 
  • What party are the chromosomes in?
  • Well the party they were going to is Ana's house which leaves us with the next phase which is anaphase. But in anaphase the chromosomes get  tired and go home which means they separate in half to the sides of the cell.  When the chromosomes split they split equally and the cell starts to stretch to make another cell which is what is going to help heal the c-section cut.
  • Oh that makes more sense now.
  • We are getting very close Ms. Andrea to the end, but the phase right after anaphase is telophase. In telophase the nuclear membrane reforms around "2 nuclei". The 2 identical nucleolus do not totally split but, are very close.
  • So I'm about to make another cell to help heal my cut and the cells are about to duplicate right, so what makes them duplicate? 
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