What happens to the cell during each stage of the cell cycle?

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during cell cycle stage

Interphase -

DNA is replicated.

Prophase -

DNA is coiled up and packaged into chromosomes.

Metaphase -

chromosomes lone up at the center of the cell.

Anaphase -

centromeres split, the chromosomes move to the opposite ends of the cell.

Telephase -

A new nuclear membrane is forming around the chromosomes in each end of the cell. The cell membrane is begining to pinch in the middle of the cell.

Cytokinesis -

the cell membrane pinches the cell into two new daughter cells.

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