Prophase, metaphases, anaphase, telaphase
Cell phasea of sex cells
Duplication (synthesis) of the chromosomes DNA
Preparation for mitosis
The nuclear envelopes start to disappear and the centrioles appear to their positions.
Spindles line up the chromosomes and they line up in the middle
Centromeres allow sister chromatids to split and be individual chromosomes. Individual chromosomes move until they are separated into two different groups
Chromosomes spread into dense marial (chromatin) and nuclear envelope redevelope
Clevage furrow: animal cells, cell plate: plant cells
Limits of cell growth
Surface area/volume ratio
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