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Mitosis

TermDefinition
mitosis divison of the nucleus
interphase the cell grows and prepares to divide
cytokinesis division of the cytoplasm
G1, S, G2 3 parts of interphase
cell cycle series of events in which the cell grows and divides
cell division mitosis & cytokinesis when 2 indentical cells are made
G1 first part of interphase when the cell grows
S DNA replicates
G2 organelles are made
G0 checkpoints that the cell goes through
somatic body cells in which mitosis occurs
4 stages of mitosis prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase (PMAT)
Prophase chromosomes become visible, nuclear membrane and nucleolus disappear, centrioles start making spindle fibers
Metaphase chromosomes line up in the middle
Anaphase sister chromatids are pulled apart and move towards opposite poles
Telophase chromosomes reach opposite poles, chromosomes decondense or unwind, nuclear membrane and nucleolus reappear
Sister chromatids two identical parts of a chromosome
centromere connects the sister chromatids together
cell plate forms during cytokinesis in a plant cell
cancer uncontrolled cell growth because cells do not go through G0 and the cycle repeats.
skin, hair, and nails integumentary system
Created by: JMHSBIO