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List the 4 stages of mitosis in order.
a) prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase b) telophase, metaphase, prophase, anaphase c) metaphase, prophase, telophase, anaphase d) prophase, anaphase, metaphase, telophase
List the 4 phases of the cell cycle in order.
a) G1, S, G2, M b) M, G1, G2, S c) S, M, G1, G2 d) G1, M, G2, S
During which stage of the cell cycle do chromosomes double in number?
a) S phase b) G1 phase c) G2 phase d) M phase
The cytoplasm separates during which phase of the cell cycle?
a) cytokinesis b) prophase c) anaphase d) metaphase
During this phase, the nuclear envelope and nucleolus break down.
a) prophase b) anaphase c) metaphase d) telophase
During this phase, the chromosomes condense and become packaged.
a) prophase b) anaphase c) metaphase d) telophase
During this phase, the chromosomes attach to the spindle apparatus and line up along the middle of the cell.
a) metaphase b) prophase c) anaphase d) telophase
During this phase, the chromatids separate from each other moving to the opposite ends of the cells
a) anaphase b) prophase c) metaphase d) telophase
During this of the cell cycle, the cell spends most of its time here and is not actively dividing.
a) interphase b) prophase c) metaphase d) telophase
During this phase, the nucleus reforms in each daughter cell and the DNA concoils.
a) telophase b) prophase c) metaphase d) interphase
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