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What is the cell cycle? The cell cycle is a cycle of 4 main stages, Gap 1, Synthesis, Gap 2 and mitosis.
What is mitosis? mitosis is the fourth stage of the cell cycle, includes two processes : Mitosis and Cytokinesis.
What does it mean by all cells divide at different rates? What it means is everybody's body has a different time of when the cells change.
Why is cell size limited? A cell is limited because if the cell is to small the organelles and molecules wouldn't fit right.
What are chromosomes? A chromosome is a long thread of DNA that consists of numerous genes.
What are histones? Histones are a group of proteins.
What does it mean by it produces into two identical daughter cells? At the end of all the stages there are two cells that convert into two identical daughter cells.
That are the four stages? The four stages are Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, and Telophase.
What is Prophase? Prophase is DNA and proteins that ciol up into tight chromosomes.
What is Telophase? Telophase is a nuclear membranes that starts to form, chromosomes uncoil.
What does synthesis mean? The combining to make a whole.
How many chromosomes does are body have? Our Body has 46 chromosomes.
Why do chromosomes duplicate during mitosis? They must condense in order to be divided between two nuclei.
Why does Gap 1 carry out normal functions? The skeletal muscle cell contrasts to move joints.
What is the approximate life spam of a skin cell? The life spam is 2 weeks.
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