cell cycle

Colin Brown and De'Quavieus Williams

Interphase

  • 90% of the cell cycle
  • its divided up into three different stages
  • (1) G,"growth phase"-cell growth
  • (2) S,"synthesis"- DNA replicate
  • (3) G2, "growth phase 2"- prepare for mitosis

prophase

  • the stage were the nucleus starts to disappear
  • centrioles start to move to the opposite side
  • the process by which the 2 daughter cells are made
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Metaphase

  • Chromosomes line up in the middle
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Anaphase

  • Chromosome pairs separate
  • Chromotids pull apart
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telophase

  • start to see two new cells
  • it starts to form a shape of a peanut
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