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Mitosis

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First phase of mitosis, nucleusosis disappears, nuclear membrane begins to disappear, chromosomes are visible, centrioles move to the poles of the cell, and spindle fibers form. Prophase
Happens before mitosis, longest part of the cell’s life, DNA duplicates, cell carries out regular activities, and the cell grows. Interphase
Holds chromatids together to create a chromosome and breaks in anaphase. Centromere
2 chromatids held together by a centromere, are formed in prophase, and made of DNA. Chromosome
Made of DNA, 2 held together make a chromosome and are separated with another in anaphase. Chromatid
Happens after mitosis and is the splitting of the cytoplasm. Cytokinesis
Third phase of mitosis and spindle fibers pull chromosomes apart breaking the centromere. Anaphase
Second phase of mitosis, nuclear membrane is gone, chromosomes line up in the middle, and are attached to spindle fibers. Metaphase
Forth phase of mitosis, 2 nuclei form with the chromatids inside, and the 2 new cells are held together by a cell plate in a plant cell or a clevage furrow in an animal cell. Telophase
Created by: Genius1