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Cell Cycle

Cell Cycle (beginning and end) Begins when the cell is formed. Ends once the cell divides and makes new cells.
Interphase (three points) First Cell Cycle stage Before Mitosis begins Chromosomes are copied
Mitosis Phase 1 (four points) Prophase Mitosis begins The nuclear membrane dissolves Chromosomes condense into rod-like structures
Mitosis Phase 2 (two points) Metaphase The chromosomes line up along the cell equator (center)
Mitosis Phase 3 (two points) Anaphase Chromatids separate and move to different sides of cell
Mitosis Phase 4 (four points) Telophase The nuclear membrane forms around the two sets of chromosomes The chromosomes unwind Mitosis is complete
Cytokinesis (two points) Cells With No Cell Wall: Cell pinches in two Cells With Cell Wall: Cell plate forms between two new cells and makes cell walls and cell membranes
Homologous Chromosomes (two points) Have the same gene sequence Have the same structure
Created by: csstudent