Cell cycle

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Put the stages of mitosis in order

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Chromosomes are lined up at the equator

Chromosomes become long and thin (return to chromatin)

Nuclear envelope breaks down

Centromeres divide in two

Spindle fibres pull individual chromatids apart

Spindle fibres are attached to the centromeres

Spindle fibres begin to form

Centrioles move to opposite poles

Nucleolus and nuclear envelope reform

Spindle fibres disintegrate

Chromosomes condense

Chromosomes reach respective poles

Nucleolus disappears


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