Cellular Phases

By: Kamberlyn Beck, Samantha Anaya

Cell Cycle

Cell spends 90% of its time in this phase.

  • G1) growth phase-cell growth
  • S) synthesis-DNA replicates
  • G2) growth phase 2-prepare for mitosis

Phase Two: Prophase

Chromatin(DNA) condense into X nucleus/nuclear membrane, begin to disappear, spindle fibers begin to form.

Phase Three: Metaphase


Chromosomes line up in the middle.

Phase Four: Anaphase


Sister chromatids pull apart.

Phase Five: Telophase


2 new nucleus will form.

Phase Six: Cytokinesis


Cytoplasm divides into 2.