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INTERPHASE

INTERPHASE


is made up three subphases cells spend the majority of their cell cycle

PROPHASE

PROPHASE



is characterized by four events chromatin condenses to become chromosomes

METAPHASE

METAPHASE

chromosomes line up across the center of the cell each chromosomes attaches to a spindle fiber

ANAPHASE

ANAPHASE

centromere that join the sister chromatid

TELOPHASE 

TELOPHASE

is chromosomes beging to lose their rodlike apperance they are becoming cromatin

Mitosis 

Mitosis

the chromosomes have to break apart so that each new cell only has one set of chromosomes and its divided into four phases

Cytokinesis 

Cytokinesis

is the division of the cytoplasm into two individual cells the process of cytokinesis sis differs somewhat in plants and animals cells the cell membrane pinches the cell into nearly daughter cell