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  1. after cell division is complete, the cytoplasm splits into forming two identical daughter cells
  2. this phase reverses the events that occurred in prophase
  3. in this phase, the nuclear membrane begins to break apart and the centrioles move to opposite poles of the cell
  4. in this phase, the chromatin condenses into rod-like structures called chromosomes and spindle fibers attach to the centromeres of the double-stranded chromosomes
  5. in this phase, the nuclear membrane forms or reappears around the two new sets of chromosomes and the chromosomes unwind to form chromatin
  6. in this phase, the chromatids are separated and pulled apart to opposite poles of the cell by the spindle fibers attached to the centromeres of the chromosomes

6 True/False questions

  1. cytokinesisin this phase, two identical daughter cells are formed that are identical to the cell from which they were formed

          

  2. interphase

          

  3. telophasemitosis begins in this phase

          

  4. prophase

          

  5. interphase

          

  6. telophase