starts in interphase, which includes growth synthesis, which is a DNA replication, preparing for division, which then goes into mitosis prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase, cytokinesis, and then turns into two daughter cells
cell carries out normal function, growth cellular respiration, specialized functions. DNA is duplicated. Centrioles replicate and begin to move to opposite poles.
DNA condenses to form visible chromosomes each chromosome consisting of two sister chromatids attached by a centromere. nuclear membrane and nucleus disappear. centrioles continue to move to polls and begin to form, spindle fibres.
Chromosomes lineup in the middle of the cell. Spindle fibres stretch from centrioles to the chromosomes. Each centromere.becomes attached to two spindle fibres one from each pole.
The central mirror split apart, as chromatids are pulled opposite polls. Spindle fibres retract to Chromatids apart each chromatids is called a daughter chromosome.
daughter chromosomes stretch out and become thinner. nuclear membrane and nucleus reform
cell is pinched off in the centre(cleavage furrow). cytoplasm divide producing two genetically identical, daughter cells. Organelles are divided between the two new cells
The membrane surrounding the nucleus, disappears at the beginning of mitosis, and rear appears toward the end
A mass of loosely packaged genetic material
A structure in the cell nucleus made of a piece of the cells, DNA that is condensed into a visible structue
One of two identical strains of DNA that make up a chromosome
The structure that holds chromatids together as a chromosome
structure that organize the motion of chromosomes
Cytoskeletal elements that originate from centrioles, involved in pulling chromosomes apart during mitosis