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why dose the cell cycle have all these different sections? Because its the differant parts and stages of the cell cycle
why do children have a shorter cell cycle than adults? it varies in the cell tissue of the person.
why do cells have upper and lower size limits? If cells were too small they could not contain all of the necessary organelles and molecules.
why dose DNA rap around the protein ? it helps organize and condense it.
what happens if the chromosomes stay stringy? they could become entangled.
why do they all look like strings during there stages of mitosis Because that's what they look during the stages and the changes of mitosis.
how many diffrent stages are in mitosis? there are 5 stages.
what dose synthsis mean? the combining of parts to make a whole.
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