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it is the events that happen in a cell leading to its division and duplication
chromosomes and genetic material are doubled. organelles duplicate themselves. cell get ready for mitosis
all living things go through mitosis to grow
there is a division of somatic cells to create new, identical cells. each cell divides to create two new cells, which then divide to make four, and the four divide to make eight
No, some cells reproduce and replace faster than others
23 pair of chromosomes or a total of 46
prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase
The chomosomes condenses. the nucleur membrane disappear. the spindle fibers form. the centriole migrate. the chromatids attach to spindle fibers
The chromatides align at the center of the cell. The chromatides are then pulled by spindle fibers
The centromere of each chromatid split. One chromatid from each of the chromosomes moves to the centrioles
The spindle fibers break down. The chromosomes elongate. The nucleolus reappear. The Nuclear envelope forms around each set of chromosomes
G1, S, G2
it is the quiescent phase, no more synthesis occurs
it is a period after mitosis has occurred.
It is the period when there is DNA replication. Protein synthesis. chromosomal and centromere duplication