In the G2 phase - The spindle is constructed from amino...

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In the G 2  phase, the cell prepares for mitosis.  Proteins organize themselves to form a series of fibers called the  spindle,  which is involved in chromosome movement during mitosis. 
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Unformatted text preview: The spindle is constructed from amino acids for each mitosis, and then taken apart at the conclusion of the process. Spindle fibers are composed of microtubules....
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