Cell phase

Cell phase

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  • Here we spot a wild cell living its life as part of the Cell Cycle.
  • Im in Interphase!
  • The cell is silently copying chromatins.
  • The cell has broken down the nucleus.
  • Now the wild cell is undergoing the firs stage of mitosis. Interphase.
  • I have now duplicated my chromatins and now they are chromasones.
  • The stars are called Asters.
  • The nucleus has reappeared in both the daughter cells. The centrioles are now back in their original spot and the chromatins are back to their rigatoni shape. The cell cycle is over and now interphase starts again.
  • Now The Cell Is In Metaphase.
  • And there are spindle fibers attached to them.
  • My chromasones have lined up along the equator.
  • I am a parent cell.
  • The parent cell is slowly splitting into 2 daughter cells.
  • Now The Cell is in Anaphase.
  • My Chromasones are being pulled apart by the spindle fibers.
  • The cell is now in Telaphase.
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