cell cycle remembers
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chromosomes line up at the center of the cell.
dna is synthesized/copied.
the cell grows in size.
nuclear envelope disappears.
chromosomes become visible.
nuclear envelope reappears.
the cell is pinched in half ("cleavage") to form two daughter cells.
the first stage of mitosis.
in plant cells, this stage happens with a "cell plate" at the center instead of "cleavage".
spindle fibers begin to develop.
sister chromatids are separated; the resulting chromosomes are moved to opposite sides of the cell.
centrioles move to opposite sides of the nucleus.
spindle fibers break down.
cell continues to grow and prepare for cell division.
spindle fibers begin to attach to the centromeres of chromosomes.
chromosomes unravel to form chromatin.