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Science Mitosis

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Copied DNA condenses into chromosomes Prophase
The Nucleus disappears, and then nuclear membrane breaks down. Prophase
Spindle fibers begin to form Prophase
Chromosomes line up in a single file at the middle of a cell Metaphase
Sister chromatids separate Anaphase
Spindle fibers begin to shorten, pulling chromatids toward opposite sides of the cell Anaphase
The cell begins to lengthen Anaphase
A nuclear membrane forms around a chromatin Telophase
Chromosomes begin to unwind Telophase
Spindle fibers begin to break down Telophase
Two identical nuclei form Telophase
Created by: jcroke3