Mitosis

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by carolynhan
Last updated 5 years ago

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Cell Biology
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Mitosis

Prophase:- Nucleus disappears and chromatin fibers condense down into chromosomes. - Chromosomes line up in pairs - Spindle fibers form at opposite ends of the cell

The Cell Cycle

Mitosis

Mitosis (which follows Interphase) has 4 stages: 1. Prophase2. Metaphase3. Anaphase4. Telophase

just remember: PMAT

Anaphase- the pairs of chromosomes are pulled apart til separated. - each end of the cell has a complete set of chromosomes

Telophase- Nuclear envelope and nucleus begins to reform and the chromatin of the chromosomes uncoils.

Metaphase- Chromosomes line up at the middle of the cell (metaphase plate) -The chromatids of each chromosomes are attached to a microtubule which form the spindle.

so what's next? CYTOKINESIS! the actual separation of the newly formed daughter cells!


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