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In prophase, the nuclear membrane disappears
True, it occurs late in prophase.
What is the function of centrioles?
They produce microtubules for the chromosomes to migrate along as they move to opposite poles of the cell
At what phase in the cell cycle does DNA replication occur?
Synthesis (of DNA).
What is G0?
This is the resting stage for the cell following replication, where there is reorganization of cellular machinery from that required for mitosis to that required for growth and development
During which stage does DNA replication occur?
Interphase
When does the nucleolus reappear?
The nucleolus reappears late in telophase.
The first stage of mitosis when chromosomes start becoming visible in the microscope is called:
PROPHASE!!!
The stage of the cell cycle where each chromosome is composed of two chromatids in preparation for mitosis.
G2
In which phase of mitosis do the sister chromatids break simultaneously?
anaphase
HOW DO YOU SPELL MITOSIS?
M-I-T-O-S-I-S...!!! :pPp