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3 stages: Interphase Mitosis Cytokinesis Cell cycle - the regular sequence of growth and division that cells undergo.
Grow DNA Prepares to divide xpression/chromsome1.jpg s/other/71119/cell-interphase.jpg Interphase
4 stages: Prophase Prometaphase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase
Nuclear membrane and nucleolus disappear Spindle fibers appear See duplicated chromosomes /mitosis/images/early_prophase_ac.jpg
Duplicated chromosomes to the middle. Sister chromatids on either side. Images/Cell_Structures/Metaphase_cIvyRose.jpg es/mitosis-metaphase jpg
Sister chromatids separate and move to opposite ends. e_vegetale/Anaphase.jpg e3a.edublogs.org/fil es/2011/11/anaphas e-q9m62s.jpg
Nuclear membrane and nucleolus reappear. Chromosomes loosen up and become chromatin. mmons/e/e1/Telophase_in_Animal_Cell.jp g gif
Always moving to the next stage. rt/bio1003/images/mitosis/whitefish_cyt okinesis.jpg
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