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Telophase
in cell division (Mitosis) chromosomes begin to uncoil at opposite ends of the cell, a nuclear membrane forms around each mass of chromosomes
Asexual Reproduction
Reproduction with only one parent
Sexual Reproduction
reproduction where sex cells from two parents combine
Cytokinesis
the division of the cytoplasm where two whole cells are formed when the cell membrane pinches together(once the nucleus has divided)--in plant cells a cell wall is formed
Mitosis
the process in which a cell nucleus divides into two new nuclei, each of which contain the same number of chromosomes as the parent cell
Anaphase
in cell division (Mitosis) the double stranded chromosomes separate--at a region call the centromere. and pull to opposite sides of the cell
Chromosomes
strands of coiled DNA and protein in a cell's nucleus that carry the informantion (code) for the inherited characteristics of an organism
Interphase
the part of the cell cycle where the cell grows and chromosomes are duplicated
Prophase
a part of cell division (Mitosis) where chromosomes become visiable, spindle fibers begin to stretch across the cell (in animal cells centrioles appear)
Metaphase
in cell division (Mitosis)the doubled-stranded (copied) chromosomes line up around the center of the cell