Cell Cycle

Cell Cycle
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  • Hi, I'm Bob the cell. Sadly, I don't have any friends, but I'm in interphase. Interphase is the part of the cell cycle where I do normal life activities like growing and at the end duplicate my DNA as I am doing now.
  • line = DNA white circle = nucleus
  • As you can probably tell, my nuclear membrane is dissapearing! Also, my DNA has formed into condensed DNA called chromosomes. Except, I only have one of course. Finally, my centrioles are forming spindle fibers in this new process I am going through called Prophase.
  • squiggly line = spindle fibers x= chromosome semicircle = centriole fading white circle = nuclear membrane
  • Shhh! we,re in the library which is why I'm only thinking this. :) Now, during metaphase, my chromosome will line up in the middle because I have no nucleus. So, the fibers are going to attach to the centromere and we'll be good to go.
  • half x = chromatid
  • Im so excited for this ride so I could go to the telophase ride afterwards!
  • Rule of the anaphase ride: Make sure all of your chromatids are pulled to each side of the cell for your saftey on the ride. Thank you!
  • We're almost there! Finally we'eve made it to telophase where we both have a nuclear membrane and we are starting to pinch in to make me a friend. :)
  • YAY!! Now in cytokinesis us two daughter cells that are twins are gonna party like its 1999! See you later! ;)
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