Mitosis

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  • Mitosis
    • Produces genetically identical cells
      • Repairing damaged tissues
    • INTERPHASE (1) DNA unravelled and replicated. ATP content increased.
    • PROPHASE (1) chromosomes condense centrioles move to opposite ends of cell. nuclear envelope break down, chromosomes lie free in cytoplasm.
    • METAPHASE (2) chromosomes line up along middle of cell attatched to spindle by centromere.
    • ANAPHASE (3) centromeres divide seperating chromatids. spindles contracts, pulling chromatids to opposite ends of cell, centromere first.
    • TELOPHASE (3) chromatids reach opposite poles on the spindle. uncoil and become long and thin again. nucleur envelope forms around each group of chromosomes. cytoplasm divides-genetically identical. etc.. interphase
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  • growth of multicellular  organisms
    • Produces genetically identical cells
      • Repairing damaged tissues
  • PROPHASE (1) chromosomes condense centrioles move to opposite ends of cell. nuclear envelope break down, chromosomes lie free in cytoplasm.
  • ANAPHASE (3) centromeres divide seperating chromatids. spindles contracts, pulling chromatids to opposite ends of cell, centromere first.

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