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before a cell actively divides, it must grow and duplicate much of its contents, so that two cells can form from one
used to describe all parts of cell cycle except the M stage
nuclear division that produces two daughter nuclei, each with the same number and kinds of chromosomes as the parental nucleus
means that the homologous chromosomes separate independently or in a random manner
last phase of mitosis, chromosome are in two new cells and nuclear membranes start to reform
first phase of mitosis in which chromosomes become visible and nuclear membraine disappears
type of cell division that creates gametes; cell divides twice to create four cells that are genetically unique
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