The cell cycle and Mitosis

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What happens in the Prophase of Mitosis?
Chromatin fibres condense to form chromosomes, nucleolus disapears, the nuclear envelope breaks down and spindle fibres are produced which attatch to the chromosomes centromere.
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What happes in the Metaphase of Mitosis?
Spindle fibres pull chromosomes by their centromere to line up along the metaphase plate eequator of the cell.
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What happens in the Anaphase of Mitosis?
Chromatids are then pulled apart to each pole of the cell by their split centromere, pulled by spindle fibres across the liquid cytosol.
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What happens in the Telophase of Mitosis?
Chromatids have reached each pole of the cell and are now called chromosomes, their nuclear envolope reforms around them, chromosomes start to uncoil and Cytokinesis begins.
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What happens in the process of Cytokinesis?
The cell actually starts to split into two, at teh end of the telophase of mitosis.
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What happens in the G1 phase of the cell cycle?
The first growth phase where proteins (from which organelles are synthesised are produced making the rorganelles replicate. Cell increases in size.
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What happens in the S phase of the Cell cycle?
DNA is replicated (duplicated) in the nucleus.
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What happens in the G2 phase of the cell cycle?
The second growth phase, where the duplicated DNA is checked for errors and energy stores are increased.
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WHat happens in the G0 stage of the cell cycle?
Stem cells differentiate into their required cell.
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