← Stages of Mitosis Test
3 Written Questions
2 Multiple Choice Questions
- The third stage of mitosis. In this stage the sister chromatids separate into individual chromosomes and are pulled apart.
- The process that follows the last stage of mitosis. With two complete copies of the DNA now in two different regions of one cell, the cell membrane will pinch and divide the cytoplasm in half. The result is two individual cells that are identical to the original cell. Each of the two new cells have a complete copy of the DNA and contain all of the organelles that the original cell had.
2 True/False Questions
Mitosis → A four-stage process that creates two identical cells from one original cell.
Interphase → The second stage of mitosis. In this stage the chromosomes line up across the center of the cell and become connected to the spindle fiber at their centromere.