MITOSIS

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Mind Map on MITOSIS, created by super.noodle on 03/11/2015.
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MITOSIS
1 1. PROPHASE
1.1 Chromosomes condense, getting shorter and fatter
1.2 Centrioles start moving to opposite ends of the cell
1.2.1 Forms a network of proteins and fibres across cell called the Spindle
1.3 Nuclear envelope breaks down leaving chromosomes free in cytoplasm
2 INTERPHASE
2.1 The cell is preparing to divide
2.2 DNA is unravelled and replicated
2.3 ATP content increased (provides energy needed for cell division
3 2.METAPHASE
3.1 the chromosomes each with two chromatids line up along the middle of the cells
3.2 chromosomes become attached to spindle by their centromere
4 3.ANAPHASE
4.1 centromeres divide, separating each pair of sister chromatids
4.2 Spindles contract pulling the chromatids to opposite ends of cell
5 4. TELOPHASE
5.1 chromatids uncoil becoming thin and long again
5.1.1 They are now called chromosomes again
5.2 nuclear envelope forms around each pair of chromosomes and cytoplasm divides
5.2.1 There are now two daughter cells that are genetically identical to original cell
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