Mitosis

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Prophase (Early)
Chromatin condenses, nuclear envelope and nucleolous breaks up and the centrioles move to either side of the cell
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Prophase (Late)
Mitotic spindals begin to form at the centrioles
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Metaphase
The spindals attach to the centremere of each chromosome
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Anaphase
Centremere breaks and splits the chromatids
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Telophase
Cell splits forming new nuclear membranes and the chromosomes unwind
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Cytokinesis
The whole cell splits into two daughter cells
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Mitotic spindals begin to form at the centrioles

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Prophase (Late)

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The spindals attach to the centremere of each chromosome

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Card 4

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Centremere breaks and splits the chromatids

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Card 5

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Cell splits forming new nuclear membranes and the chromosomes unwind

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