Biology EMPA

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Interphase
DNA is unraveled, Also ATP content is increased
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Prophase
Chromosomes condense becoming visible, centrioles move to opposite ends of the cell forming a spindle and the nucleur envelope breaks down
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Metaphase
The chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell & attach to the spindle via the centromere
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Anaphase
Centromeres divide separating each pair of sister chromatids. Chromatids are pulled by spindle fibres to opposite ends of the cell.
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Telophase
Seperated chromosomes group together at opposite ends of the cell, new nucleur membranes develop & chromosomes uncoil whilst the cytoplasm divides
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Prophase

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Chromosomes condense becoming visible, centrioles move to opposite ends of the cell forming a spindle and the nucleur envelope breaks down

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Metaphase

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Card 4

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Anaphase

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Card 5

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Telophase

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