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1. Give the Four Phases of Life Cycle of a Cell;2. Draw the Four Stages of Mitosis and Meiotic Cell Division;3. Characteristic features of stages of Mitosis;4. Significance of Mitosis;5. Molecular Aspects of the ChromosomesAnswer:1.The four phases in the life cycle of a cell are: 1. G1 (gap1), phase 2 S (synthesis),phase 3 G2(gap 2),phase 4 M (mitosis) phase.2.
3.In Interphase it is not a part of mitosis, however, it is still a crucial process as it leads up to theprocess of mitosis. Hence, the interphase refers to all the other stages of cell cycle other thanmitosis. Secondly, in Prophase it is technically the first stage of mitosis. It's also the longest phaseof mitosis, during which chromatin condenses into chromosomes and the nuclear membranedisintegrates (in prometaphase). The centrioles near the nucleus in animal cells begin to separate
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