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Hierarchy of Life atoms, molecules, cell organelles , cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, organism, ecology
it is during this phase that the DNA replicators itself to create new sister chromatids S phase
Division of nuclear materials so that each daughter cell ends up with identical genes Mitosis
the nuclear membrane disintegrates and chromatin begin to wind up into chromosomal form Prophase
this part if the chromosome holds the sister chromatids together and serve as an attachment point for spindle fibers Centromere
Cytokineses occurs in this phase of Mitosis. We also see the reformation of the nucleus. Telophase
During Interphase, DNA is found in this form Chromatin
the division of cellular material. The cleavage furrow occurs during this phase of mitosis Cytokinesis
These are dense structures of coiled chromatin chromosomes
Mitosis->G1->S->G2 Cell Cycle
When the cell is not dividing Interphase
The growth phase if the cell cycle after cyokenesis occurs G1
The separation and movement of sister chromatids to opposite ends of the cell occurs in this phase S phase
When chromosomes line up along the the midline of the cell Metaphase
what do cells do? make up all living things
Created by: rwink13