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Sylvan TriggsMITOSIS Matching: 1. The sister chromatids are moving apart.- anaphase2. The nucleolus begins to fade from view.- prophase3. A new nuclear membrane is forming around the chromosomes.- telophase4. The cytoplasm of the cell is being divided.- telophase5. The chromosomes become invisible.- telophase6. The chromosomes are located at the equator of the cell.7. The nuclear membrane begins to fade from view.8. The division (cleavage) furrow appears.9. The chromosomes are moving towards the poles of the cell.10. Chromatids line up along the equator.11. The spindle is formed.C. Telophase B. Interphase D. Metaphase E. Anaphase A. Prophase
12. Chromosomes are not visible.13. The cell plate is completed.14. Chromosomes are replicated.15. What phase are daughter cells in as a result of mitosis?16. During what phase of mitosis do centromeres divide and the chromosomes