Bio1130 The cell cycle mitosis and meiosis

Bio1130 The cell cycle mitosis and meiosis - Cytokinesis is...

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Cytokinesis – is the subsequent partitioning of the DNA along with the cell contents into two new cells from a single cell. Mitosis - is the process that separates the duplicated DNA in a cell. IPPMAT Interphase – the chromosomes duplicates in preparation for mitosis, which divides the chromosomes, and cytokinesis, which divides the cell’s cytoplasm. Prophase – the duplicated chromosome begin to condense. Each chromosomes consist of two sister chromatids joined at the centromere. New microtubules assemble and move one of the centriole pairs to the opposite side of the cell. The nuclear envelope begins to break up. Prometaphase – the nuclear envelope breaks up completely. Microtubules penetrate the nuclear area and form the spindle apparatus. Many spindle microtubules become attached to the sister chromatids of each chromosome. Metaphase – the two-way pulling of microtubules from both poles drags the chromosomes to the spindle equator. At this stage of mitosis, they are at their most
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