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Period when DNA is duplicated
S
Period when interphase ends in the parent cell
G2
Event that forms two daughter cytoplasmic masses
Cytokinesis
Period of cel growth before DNA duplication (Mitosis)
G1
Period after DNA is duplicated
G2
Period of nuclear division
Mitosis
Period when interphase begins in a daughter cell
G1
Period commonly followed by cytokinesis
Mitosis
The period in which metaphase occurs
Mitosis
The period prior to mitosis
G2
During this stage, homologous pairs of chromosomes line up on the equatorial plate (middle of cell)
Metaphase
Chromosomes replicate during this phase
Interphase
Condensation and shortening of chromosomes occurs during this phase
Prophase
Spindle fibers first appear during this stage
Prophase
During this phase, centromeres break apart as the separated sister chromatids begin to move to opposite poles
Anaphase
The microtubular spindle develops during this phase
Prophase
Sister chromatids joined at their centromeres are attached to spindle fibers during this phase
Metaphase
The microtubular spindle develops during this phase
Prophase
Cytokinesis occurs as this phase of mitosis proceeds
Telophase
New daughter nuclear memebranes form during this phase
Metaphase