Match the event with the phase of the cell cycle in which it takes place. _A nuclear envelope forms around chromosomes. A. anaphase B. cytokinesis C. interphase D. metaphase E. prophase F. telophase
Step 11 of 3
Telophase is the final, fourth, phase of mitosis. During telophase, a nuclear envelope will form. Two nuclei will form at opposite poles of the cell. In addition, the spindle apparatus will break down, and the DNA of the chromosome, which has been wrapped around the protein, will begin to unwrapped to shape the chromatin again. During telophase, the nuclei become visible again.