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What is mitosis? The exact duplication of a cell.
What phase of mitosis produces two new cells? Cytokenesis
What phase of mitosis do the chromatin condense? Interphase.
What holds the chromatid pieces together? Centromere.
Name the correct order of the six phases of mitosis. Interphase, prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase, cytokenesis.
Chromatin duplicate, centroiles appear, growth, doubles in size Interphase. Longest phase.
Chromatin condense into chromosomes. Nuclear membrane breaks down. Twins attach at the centromere, centroiles move to the other end. Spindle fibers appear. Prophase
Centromeres attach to spindle fibers in the center of the cell. Metaphase
Chromosomes seperate. Anaphase
Nuclear membranes reform. Telophase
New cells are completed. Cytokenesis. Last stage.
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