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the stage in mitosis in which individual chromosomes, after being separated from double chromosomes, move to opposite sides of the cell
stage following mitosis in which the cytoplasm of a cell divides into two equal portions
DNA deoxyribonucleic acid
large molecules that carry the genetic information necessary for all cellular functions
segments of DNA that carry information and give directions for everthing the cell is and will be
period in the cell cycle when the cell grows, produces more cell structures, and doubles its chromosome set
the second stage in mitosis in which the doubled chromosomes line up along the cell's equator and are split into single chromosomes
fiber-like structures that extend from opposite sides of the cell in mitosis; form the spindle
the separation of doubled chromosomes and the division of the nucleus into two nuclei that is necessary for cell division to occur in eukaryotic cells
membrane bound structure; found in eukaryotes that contains the genetic material for the cell
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