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Cell Cycle

Interpahse and MItosis

Interphase the cell grows and maintains its routine functions as well as its contributions to the internal environment (longest period of time)
Gap 1 (G1)- Interphase cell growth occurs and cytoplasmic organelles are replicated (centrioles, mitochondria)
Synthesis (S)- Interphase genetic material replicates (DNA)
Gap 2 (G2)- Interphase completion of DNA replication
Prophase chromosomes condense and become visible; nuclear envelope and nucleolus disperse; spindle apparatus form
Metaphase the chromosomes become attached to the spindle fibers, and they align along equator or metaphase plate
Anaphase sister chromatids seperate to opposite poles of the cell
Telophase nuclear envelopes begin to reassemble around two daughter nuclei; chromosomes and spindle disappears
Cytokinesis a cell divides its cytoplasm to produce two daughter cells, and that is accomplished by a structure called the contractile ring; this pinching process is also called the "cleavage furrow," as it is the cleavage of one cell into two cells
Created by: frazier3k