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Cell Cycle-Lytle

Lytle Biology Cell Cycle Stages

Interphase Cell grows and carries out normal cell processes
Interphase DNA replicates.
Prophase Nuclear membrane disintegrates.
Prophase Nucleolus disappears.
Prophase Chromosomes condense.
Prophase Mitotic spindle fibers begin to form between the poles.
Prophase Centrioles begin to migrate to opposite sides of the cell.
Metaphase Chromosomes attach to mitotic spindle fibers.
Metaphase Chromosomes align along the equator of the cell.
Anaphase Microtubules (mitotic spindle fibers) shorten.
Anaphase Centromeres break, and sister chromatids begin to separate.
Anaphase Sister chromatids move to opposite poles.
Telophase Chromosomes reach the poles of the cells.
Telophase Nuclear envelope re-forms.
Telophase Nucleolus reappears.
Telophase Chromosomes decondense.
Cytokinesis Plant cells-Cell plate forms, dividing daugher cells.
Cytokinesis Animal cells-Cleavage furrow forms at equator of cell and pinces inward until cell divides in two.
Cytokinesis Results in the creation of 2 daughter cells.
Created by: jdlytle