Mitotic Phase

Mitotic Phase
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  • Mitotic Phase: And the creation of the daughter cells
  • Prophase
  • Its good to finally be noticed.
  • NOOOOO! HELP US!
  • Bye, Bye, nuclear envelope and ...
  • Hello, Chromosomes and spindle fibers!
  • Metaphase
  • Let's meet in the middle.
  • Composed by Mitosis and Cytokinesis By: Paola Medina
  • Anaphase
  • You were just ANAther PHASE.
  • During prophase the nuclear envelope starts disintegrating, the spindle fibers emerge from the centrosomes, and the chromosomes condense and become visible.
  • Telophase
  • Metaphase is the stage at which the chromosomes line up along the metaphase plate, while each spindle fiber attaches itself to a sister chromatid. The centrosomes are also located at opposite ends of the cells.
  • Cytokinesis
  • We MET A PHASE we all like. I just hope this lasts.
  • Once the cell reaches the stage of Anaphase, the chromatids are pulled apart - breaking the cohesin proteins that held them together - and pulled to opposie poles by the  fibers.
  • It just wasn't meant to be.
  • The chromatids reach the opposite poles and condense, while a new nuclear envelope starts to form around them, creating two new nuclei. The spindle also starts to break down. Furthermore the cell starts to display a slight cleave as it elongates.
  • Nice cleavage
  • How dare you!
  • The cells divide at this phase resulting in the creation of two daughter cells.
  • So... are you my mother or my sister?
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