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Interphase
cell copies DNA
cell grows
and prepares to split
- makes structures needed for division
Mitosis- Prophase
chromatin in nucleus condenses to form chromosomes
Mitosis- Metaphase
chromosomes line up across the center of the cell. Chromosomeattaches to spindle fiber with centromere
Mitosis- Anaphase
cantromeres split two chromatids seperate and the ends pull apart.
Mitosis- Telophase
cell starts to split chromosomes split
cytokinesis
cell membrane pinches aroud the cell to split, makes identical daughter cells
Centromere
middle of the chromosome, holds together the two chromotids
Chromotid
each individual strand of chromosome
Replication
when DNA copies itself
Nuclear Membrane
outer layer of the nucleus
Daughter Cell
the two individual, identical cells, the two cells came from one cell
Spindle Fibers
the bridge across two centreoles, attach to the chromotids later
Centromere
middle of the chromosome, holds together the two chromotids
Chromotid
each individual strand of chromosome
Replication
when DNA copies itself
Nuclear Membrane
outer layer of the nucleus
Daughter Cell
the two individual, identical cells, the two cells came from one cell
Spindle Fibers
the bridge across two centreoles, attach to the chromotids later