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Life cycle of a cell

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  • The deadline for my GU application is tomorrow, and I haven't even started on the essay!
  • I have a huge Biology project on mitosis due tomorrow!
  • Katy, a cell, is just going through her normal, eventful day.
  • Due to an emergency, Katy has to leave the stable haven of Interphase.
  • Hmm...I think I'll have to clone myself so that I can get my work done faster and efficiently. But I have to look the exactly same so my mom doesn't bust me.
  • Because all clones start off as base babies in the Prophase, Katy has to modify the clone until it is practically her, then it can come to life.
  • Katy's DNA is copied and organized into chromosomes, and the hair, eye, and skin colors of the baby are beginning to look like Katy's.
  • As Katy, the cell, moves into Metaphase, the clone has transformed into a kid. The chromsomes are lining up at the metaphase plate, getting ready to develop into an actual Katy.
  • The clone Katy has moved onto Anaphase, where spindle fibers and chromatids are pulled apart, separating the clone Katy from the base clone, and adding clothes.
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