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Cell Mitosis

M. Pasquale

Stages and terms dealing with Mitosis of the cell.

nucleus attaches the chromatin into homologous pairs and attaches the chromosomes to the spindles
chromosome cell division in which daughter cells are formed that are exact copies of the parent cell
daughtercell chromosomes line up on the equator of the cell and attach to the spindles
centriole surrounds the nucleus to hold the genetic material of the cell; appears and disappears during mitosis phases
cell forms between two daughter cells at the end of telophase in plant cell mitosis
spindlefiber fully developed cell ready to undergo mitosis cell division
homologouspair longest part of cell cycle which is a period between cell division in which all cell processes occur with the exception of reproduction
nuclearmembrane basic unit of all living things
celldivision functioning part of the cell
organelle chromosomes separate and migrate to opposite sides of the cell towards the centrioles
centromere organelle that contains the genetic material in the cell and controls the cell activities
parentcell an exact copy of the parent cell, only smaller
metaphase process by which a cell divides and forms two new cells
interphase organelle that organizes the cell for reproduction
cellplate threadlike structure in the nucleus that is made up of DNA and protein
mitosis reproduction of the cytoplasm
cytokenises paired chromatin that are like copies of DNA
telophase guides the chromosomes movement during mitosis
anaphase spindle fibers disappear and the nuclear membrane reappears to form two new daughter cells
prophase first stage of mitosis where the chromosomes become shortened and doubled

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