Cell Cycle

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Interphase

cells spend 90% of their time in this phase. It's divided up into three separate phases.

(1) G- "growth first phase"- cell growth

(2) S- "synthesis"- DNA replicate (make copy)

(3)- "growth second phase"- Prepare for mitosis

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Mitosis

Process in which 2 daughter cells are made. there is four parts to Mitosis.

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Prophase

Chromatin condenses to form a chromosome, nucleus/nuclear membrane disappear. Centrioles move to opposite ends.

Metaphase

Chromosomes line up on the Middle.

Anaphase

Sister chromotids move apart. centromere divide.

Telophase

2 new nuclei (nucleus) form, chromosomes change into chromatin. Looks like a peanut.

Cytokinesis

Cytoplasm separate into two new cells!