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Genetic material appears as chromotin
interphase
asters extend from centrioles
prophase 1
nuclear envelope breaks down
prophase II
chromosomes cluster at center of cell with the centromeres lined up exactly on the center of the spindle
metaphase
the centromeres break, and each chromatid becomes one of two identicle, individual chromosomes, 1 per each daughter cell
anaphase
this resembles prophase in reverse as soon as teh chromosomes stop moving
telophase
Nucleous is visible
interphase
chromatin condenses into chromosomes
prophase I
Mitotic spindles interact with chromosomes
prophase II
This forms what is called the metaphase plate
Metaphase
Kinetichores pull the new chromosomes towards teh respective poles, while the polar microtubles continue to push each other apart, elongating the cell
anaphase
Chromosomes unwind into chromatin
Telophase
Nuclear envelope is visible
Interphase
EAch chromosome consists of two identicle sister chromaides
prophase I
The microtubules towards the outer portion of the cell (polar microtubules) push agains each other while the microtubules attached to the chromotids (kinetochores) pull the siter chromatids to the center of the dividing cell
prophase II
This stage of mitosis is recognized by the v-shape of the new chromosomes as they are being pulled towards teh poles by spindle fibers
anaphase
A new nuclear envelope forms around the chromatin
Telophase
To prepare for division the DNA replicates during the Sphase and the centrioles replicate during the G2 phase
Interphase
The chromatids are held together by a centromere
Prophase I
Nucleoli reappear
Telophase
Nucleoli disappear
Prophase I
Spindles disappear
Telophase
The newly replicated centrioles migrate away from each other and will begin to form the mitotic spindles
Prophase I
Cytokinesis (division of the cytoplasm): a ring of actin filaments squeeze the two sister cells apart
Telophase
These spindles act to push the two pair of centrioles to opposite sides of the cell.
Prophase I