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What is interphase ? Interphase is prophase, Metaphase,Anaphase, and telophase
Why is it important that mitosis happens without mistakes so that each daughter cell has an identical copy of DNA so that they are exact clones. Mistakes would mean that one cell was missing parts of DNA
Why must a DNA recieve a full set of DNA Dividing DNA is Complicated task because the DNA is so long and stringy
Why do we have 46 chromosomes The DNA cells wraps around proteins to help organize and condense it . DNA looks like spagehetti
Why does DNA have different changes It allows cells to carry out
How come during prophase chromatin each consists of two identical sister chrmoatins
Why does chromomatin further condenses it continues to coil more and more tightly around organzing proteins
Why are chromosomes assosiated with histones Parts of histones interact with each other compacting the DNA