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How many cells are present at the beginning of mitosis? One
How many cells are present at the end of mitosis? Two
Which phase of mitosis do you see the spindle fibers forming? Prophase (late)
At what point during mitosis has the nuclear membrane reformed? During telophase
What phase of mitosis do the replicated chromosomes separate? Anaphase
What phase do you see that the spindle fibers have disappeared? Telophase
What is dividing during cytokinesis? Cytoplasm of the cell and its non-nuclear contents.
What holds sister chromatids together at center? Centromere
Prophase characteristics Replicated chromosomes become visible, spindle fibers form and membrane starts to disintegrate.
Metaphase characteristics Replicated chromosomes line up in center of cell and spindle fibers attach at their centers.
Anaphase characteristics Spindle fibers separate(sister chromatid pairs) into single chromosomes and move to opposite sides of cell.
Telophase characteristics Single chromosomes in two "piles" that become two new nuclei and nuclear membrane begins to form.
Cytokinesis characteristics Original cell pinches in two and make two new cells.
Created by: ctrnka