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Spindle fibers break apart.
Telophase
Centriole pair replicates.
Gap 2
Checkpoint 1
Gap 1
Checkpoint 2
Gap 2
Non kinetochore fibers stretch cell into oval shape.
Anaphase
Nucleolus disappears.
Prophase
Nuclear membrane reforms around chromosomes.
Telophase
Best time to view chromosomes (via karyotypes)
Metaphase
Shortest of the mitotic phases.
Anaphase
Each chromosome replicates its DNA.
Synthesis
Chromatids are now their own chromosomes.
Anaphase
Centrosomes move apart.
Prophase
Kinetochores attach to spindle microtubules.
Metaphase
Enzymes for mitosis are produced.
Gap 2
Nucleoli reappear.
Telophase
Duplicated chromosomes move to spindle equator.
Metaphase
Longest of the mitotic phases.
Prophase
Mitotic spindle begins to form.
Prophase
Spindle fibers move chromosomes to poles of cell.
Anaphase
Chromosomes uncondense - relax.
Telophase
Cells double in size
Gap 1
Duplicated chromosome splits at centromere.
Anaphase
Nuclear membrane disappears entirely.
Metaphase
Most organelle cell parts duplicate.
Gap 1
Chromosomes condense and coil.
Prophase