Alexis Newlin, Madison Bone, Torique Dick
Two individual cells with one set of DNA each.
The DNA copies (92 chromosomes)
Both cells with two strands of DNA stack together in a tetrad. (This is the difference between melodies and mitosis in the first stage of division.)
The genes from each homolog cross over and create genetically different cells.
The cells, now with mixed DNA, separate back into two cells with copied DNA.
The two separate again into four genetically different cells.