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Steps in cell division

mitosis division of the cell nucleus and cell
interphase growth and preparation for division
g1 phase growth of cell
s phase replication of DNA
g2 phase preparation for division
prophase nuclear membrane starts to disappear and chromosomes condense
metaphase chromosomes line up along the middle of the cell and spindle fibers attach
anaphase spindle fibers shorten and chromosomes are pulled apart at the centromere
telophase (animal cells) chromosomes are at opposite sides of the cell, nuclear membrane reforms and in animal cells membrane pinches in.
telophase (plant cells) chromosomes are at opposite sides of the cell nuclear membrane reforms and a cell plate starts to form
cytokinesis cytoplasm is divided and two daughter cells are formed
sister chromatids duplicated chromosomes that are joined together at a centromere until after mitosis
Created by: biolady59