The cell Cycle

The cell Cycle

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  • The cell cycle is a series of developmental steps between birth and reproduction that leads to the creation of new cells.
  • The Cell Cycle
  • Interphase is the process where a cell prepares to divide by copying its DNA, grows larger, and copies organelles and centresomes.
  • Interphase
  • Today class we're learning about the cell cycle
  • During G1 phase, the cell begins to grow larger to prepare for division, copies organelles, and makes building blocks.
  • Interphase G1 phase
  • The first part of interphase is G1 phase
  • In S phase, the cell makes a complete copy of its DNA in the nucleus and duplicate centresomes.
  • Interphase G1 phase S phase
  • My genes are copying?!?
  • After G1 phase is S phase
  • In G2 Phase the cell continues to grow and creates proteins and reorganizes for mitosis.
  • G2 Phase
  • A cell goes into G0 phase when it does not pass one of the checkpoints in the other stages and goes into a state in which the cell can perform its main function but it does not divide.
  • Interphase G1 phase S phase G2 Phase
  • G0 Phase
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