Lecture9-9

Lecture9-9 - Mitosis Prophase: mitotic spindle starts to...

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Mitosis and Meiosis How do cells duplicate their contents? How do they ensure all the required steps are taken in the right order? Overview of the Cell Cycle The eucaryotic cell cycle is divided into four phases: M, G1, S and G2. The cytoskeleton carries out mitosis and cytokinesis Some organelles fragment at mitosis
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Unformatted text preview: Mitosis Prophase: mitotic spindle starts to assemble Prometaphase: chromosomes attach to the mitotic spindle Metaphase: chromosomes line up at the spindle equator microtubules undergo a slow poleward flux during metaphase: Anaphase: daughter chromosomes segregate Telophase: nuclear envelope re-forms Cytokinesis Meiosis...
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