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CELL DIVISION MITOSIS
MITOSIS Cell Division for Growth
All the cells DNA is found in the cell nucleus in structures called chromosomes Mitosis
Mitosis When cells divide, the chromosomes appear, divide and separate
Mitosis Two new cells form with identical chromosomes to the original cell
Here are the main cell parts involved in mitosis Here are the main cell parts involved in mitosis - Centrioles Cell Membrane Nucleolus Nuclear Envelope Chromatin network
Looking at what happens to the chromosomes when the cell divides by MITOSIS
MITOSIS can be divided into FIVE different stages: InterphaseInterphase ProphaseProphase MetaphaseMetaphase AnaphaseAnaphase TelophaseTelophase
InterphaseInterphase ProphaseProphase MetaphaseMetaphase AnaphaseAnaphase TelophaseTelophase Remember the sequence IPMAT I P M A T
MITOSIS – Interphase MITOSIS – Interphase - This is the phase in between the cell dividing. DNA replication occurs
MITOSIS – Metaphase MITOSIS – Metaphase - Chromosomes line up SINGLE FILE at the Equator 7
MITOSIS – Anaphase MITOSIS – Anaphase - Double stranded Chromosomes split to form TWO single stranded chromosomes 8
MITOSIS – Anaphase Single stranded chromosomes move to opposite poles 9
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