cell cycle m phase

cell cycle m phase

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  • After interphase, I went through the next major step of cell division called M-Phase.
  • This process takes place in two stages called mitosis and cytokinesis.
  • prophase
  • During prophase, the chromosomes condense.
  • Mitosis is a unique phase because it happens in four separate stages called prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase.
  • In metaphase, proteins in the chromosomes attach to the mitotic spindle. 
  • metaphase
  • anaphase
  • Anaphase is the step that pulls the chromosomes apart to opposite poles.
  • telophase
  • The last step of mitosis, known as telophase, is when the spindle fibers begin to break apart forming the cleavage furrow.
  • One of my favorite stages of cell division is cytokinesis because it is the moment every cell is anticipating. It is where the cell finally divides into two daughter cells, like you guys!
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