Dental Embryology, Histology and Anatomy - Midterm-Part 2- Chapter 5-8

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Interphase

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cells between divisions engage in growth, metabolism, organelle replacement, and substance production, including chromatin and centrosome replication.

Division into two daughter cells occurs. Nuclear membrane reappears.

Chromosomes move so that their centromeres are aligned in the equatorial plane. • Mitotic spindle forms.

Chromatin condenses into chromosomes in the cell. Replicated centrioles migrate to opposite poles.

Centromeres split, and each chromosome separates into two chromatids. • Chromatids migrate to opposite poles by the mitotic spindle.


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