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interphase (1)
Cell is performing life functions but not actually dividing. Chromosomes become threadlike (chromatin) and double.
telophase
Chromosomes begin to coil losing their rodlike appearance. A nuclear membrane forms around them at each end of the cell
cytokinesis
Division of cytoplasm. The cell membrane moves inward until the cytoplasm is pinched into two equal parts. Each part contains a nucleus with identical chromosomes.
metaphase
Chromosomes attach to meshlike spindle by the centromere
anaphase
The centromere that holds two chromatids, splits going to opposite ends.
prophase
Where mitosis occurs. The nucleus divides into two nuclei and the formation of two daughter cells. Centrioles move to opposite ends of the cell