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Unformatted text preview: microsope and then digitized so you can see them on the computer. Although slicing the onion root captures many cells in different phases of the cell cycle, keep in mind that the cell cycle is a continuous process. Scientists have divided the process into 5 phases, each characterized by important events, but these divisions are still arbitrary. Next Vocabulary The Biology Project > Cell Biology > Intro to Onion Root Tips Activity > Activity CREDITS The Biology Project The University of Arizona Revised: April 2004 Revised: August 2004 Contact the Development Team http://www.biology.arizona.edu All contents copyright © 1997-2004. All rights reserved....
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