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interphase *phase between sell division*phase the cell spends most time in*g1-the cell grows producing organelles ,protein, cytoplasm*s-DNA is replicated*g2-continued growth
mitosis cell divion;made up of 4 phases:prophase,metaphase,anaphase,telophase(PMAT)
prophase *chromatin condense to form to form chromatids and homologous chromatids pair together to form a chromosome*nucleolus disapears*nuclear membrane disappears*centriolrs begin to move to opposite poles*spindle fibers begin to form between the centrioles
metaphase the cromosomes line up at the equator of the cell
anaphase *centromeres split*the chromatidsmove to oppisite poles and are called chromosomes again
telophase *chromosomes uncoil*nucleos membrane and nucleolus reappear*spindles go away*cytokinesis,division of cytoplasm,begins
daughter cell they are identical to the parent cell
Created by: Wilson Hall