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The process of mitosis.

Submitted by angelasalaza on Wed, 09/12/2018 - 10:33

Mitosis is the process of cell division found in eukaryotic organisms. Mitosis first begins it's process in prophase where chromosomes condense and form bonds at the centromere. Next begins the metaphase where microtubles arrange chromosomes along the center of the cell, the centromeres begin to prepare seperation of sister chromatids. After seperation anaphase begins and microtubules attach the kintochores contract pulling sister chromatids apart and towards the opposite ends of the cell. Lastly there is telephase where the newly seperated chromosomes gather and create miotic spindle the nuclear membrane begins to seperate down the middle of the cell, cleavage. the cytoplasma completely divides and then there are two new identical cells