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Mitosis and the Cell Cycle Quiz Review

phase in cells that will no longer divide G0
period after DNA synthesis occurs G2
period before DNA synthesis occurs G1
spindle fiber proteins begin forming G2
period of most cell growth and metabolic acitivty (normal functions) G1
phase nearly eliminated in rapidly dividing cells (hint:cancer cells) G1
chromosomes have reached the opposite ends of the spindle telophase
chromosomes begin migrating to the cell's equator prophase
replicated chromosomes coil up, condense, and become visible prophase
centromeres split anaphase
daughter chromosomes unwind, lengthen, and disappear telophase
the spindle breaks down and disappears telophase
the nuclear envelope disintegrates and disappears prophase
sister chromatids become daugther chromosomes anaphase
the spindle forms the chromosome sorting mechanism prophase
cytokinesis splits the cell into 2 identical daughter cells telophase
the chromosomes align themselves along the cells equator metaphase
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