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1: Looking Through the Cycle By Chionte Jenkins July 15,2011

2: Table pf Content | 1. Title Page 2. Table of Content 3. Interphase 4. First Growth 5. Synthesis 6. Second Growth 7. Mitosis 8. Prophase 9. Metaphase 10.Anaphase 11.Telophase 12.Cytokinesis

3: There are 3 stages in the Interphase: First Growth, Synthesis, and Second Growth. The cell spends just about 22 hours in Interphase | Interphase

4: First Growth | Cell grows fast and carrier out the normal routine of a cell

5: Synthesis | In The Synthesis phase, DNA is copied. Each choromosomes consist of two chromatid and a centromere that holds them together

6: Second Growth | In the Second Growth Stage, the nucleus is getting ready to divide

7: Mitosis | Using four Phases, Mitosis divides the cells into two daughter cells. The Phases are: Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, and Telophase

8: Prophase | In the prophase, the nuclear membrane disapears, spindle fibers are formed, and chromosomes become visible.

9: Metaphase | In Metaphase, chromosomes line up in the middle

10: Anaphase | In the anaphase the spindle fibers grabs centromere and pull the chromosomes into opposite sides

11: Telophase | In telophase, chromosomes uncoil, spindle fiber dispears, and nuclear enevolpe forms at each pole

12: Cytokinesis | In Cytokinesis, the cytoplasm dived creating daughter cells

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