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What are the three stages of the cell cycle ? Explain.
-The first stage of the cell cycle is interphase. -It starts with cell growth, cells grow to the full size. -In this growth phase, organelles (mitochondria, ribosomes, chloroplast, and some enzymes) are produced more. -Next is the process of copying DNA. -It happens in the nucleus of that cell. -The process of copying DNA is called replication. -DNA contains all information about the further functioning of the cell. -After replication, the cell prepares, for the division, by creating some structures that will help the cells to divide. -The second stage of the cell cycle is mitosis. -Instead of one nucleus, there are two nuclei. -In each nucleus of the daughter cell, there is the same DNA as the parent cell. -Mitosis includes four parts: prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase. -The third stage of the cell cycle is cytokinesis. -In the cytokinesis, cytoplasm is divided.
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