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cell multiplication -interphase -prophase -prometaphase -metaphase -anaphase -telophase =PPMAT and
Cytokinesis The division of one cell into two cells.
G 1 growth proteins produced organelle duplication
interphase cell growth protein production orginelle duplication duplication of genitic material
chromatin Long thread like structures
G 2 cell growth protein production orgenelle duplication
prophase chromatin condensis chromosomes visible nucleoli dispers centrioles migrate to opposit poles spindle apporatus forms
prometaphase nuclear envelope disperses microtubules of spindle attach to kinetochares nonkintick microtubuels interact with an opposit pole
Metaphase chromosomes aline along the equalteral plane
anaphase centromere devides sister chromatids are daughter chromosomes kenitic mcrotubuels shortin chromosomes move to opposite poles non kenetichore microtubuels lengthing poles move apart
Created by: jccphmo