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Stages of Mitosis

Different phases of mitosis has been shown by the above image. Interphase- known as the resting phase, followed by Prophase where chromosomes become visible. Prometaphase and metaphase consist of Centrioles in opposite poles, replicated chromosomes line up at equator & spindle fibres attach to centromeres that hold chromatids together. Anaphase- Pulls apart, the spindle fibres shorten and pull chromatids to opposite poles. Telophase- Chromosomes reach opposite poles of cell and they uncoil to become threadlike chromatin & a nuclear envelope forms around chromosomes, hence Cytokinesis occurs.

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