Cell Cycle Project

by Samuel Ensz

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And above, there are two daughter cells, they are exact copies of the parent cell. Both of these cells are back at G0, or non dividing. The cells grown into G1 phase, meaning continued growing. If there is not enough organelles, the cell will commit apoptosis, or kill itself, if not, the cell will continue into S, synthesis, and then mitosis. That way, the whole process can start again.


What if there is a mess up? What could happen? In the rest of the report we will look at a disorder caused by an error in the cell cycle.

Eye cancer

During the replication of cells, in prophase when DNA splits, DNA synthesis is sent out of control and cells reproduce uncontrollably. Specifically eye cancer is when this error occurs in the eye.