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Mitosis - THE CELL CYCLE CHAPTER 19 LECTURE 20 1 Cell Cycle...

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THE CELL CYCLE CHAPTER 19 LECTURE 20
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1. Cell Cycle Introduction: - Cell cycle is composed of two phases: M phase and Interphase - M PHASE: the process of cell division; two overlapping processes. * Mitosis (karyokinesis, nuclear division): i. Two genetically identical daughter nuclei produced from one parent nucleus. ii. Five overlapping sub-phases: prophase, prometaphase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase * Cytokinesis : cytoplasmic division. - INTERPHASE: G 1 , (G 0 ), S, and G 2 sub-phases, growth phase of the cell cycle.
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