Phases of Mitosis

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What are the steps of mitosis in order
Interphase, Prophase ,Prometaphase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase and ,Cytokinesis
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What Is interphase
Chromosomes duplicate and then the copies remain attached to each other.
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What Is Prophase
In the nucleus chromosomes condense and become visable in the cytoplasm. The spindle forms
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What Is Prometaphase
the nuclcuer membrane breaks apart and the spindle starts to interact with the chromosomes.
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What Is Metaphase
the copied chromosmes align in the middle of the spindle.
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What Is anaphase
Chromosomes separate into two genticaly identical groups and move to oposite ends of the spindle.
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What Is telophase
Nucluer membranes form around each of the two sets of chromosmes, the chromosomes begin to spread out and the spindle begins to break down.
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What Is Cytokinesis
he cell spirits into two daughter celles each with the same number of chromosomes as the parent. In humans auch cells have two copies of 23 chromosomes and are called diploid.
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