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Mitosis

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Interphase Not a step of mitosis, 90% of the cell cycle when the cell is praparing for mitosis. The DNA is being replicated in the nucleus.
Prophase The first sign of chromatin condensation. The nuclear membrane begins to disappear, the nucleoli disappear, and the spindle apparatus forms with the help of centrioles.
Metaphase The choramtids align in the center of the cell. The nuclear membrane is absent, spindle fibers pull chromatids in opposite directions. Chromosomes line up at the equator.
Anaphase Daughter chromosomes are being pulled towards opposite poles. The daughter chromosomes move away from each other and some spindle fibers lengthen and push poles apart.
Telophase The process of cytokinesis is first evident by appearance of the cleavage durrow. The chromosomes decondence and detach from spindle fibers. The nucleoli reappear and cytokinesis beings.
Daughter cells The process of cytokinesis is complete. There are now 2 separate cells.
Created by: swimifishi