Essay on Cats: Mitosis and Corresponding Sister Chromatids

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In interphase, the DNA doubles in the nucleus.
In prophase, the nuclear membrane starts to break apart, and microtubules and spindle poles begin to appear.
In metaphase, the microtubules, which are connected to the spindle poles, connect to the kinetochores of the chromosomes, and the chromosomes line up along the metaphase plate. In anaphase, the centromere, which holds the chromosome together, splits apart because an enzyme.
The motor proteins in the kinetochore pull the doubled chromosomes closer to the spindle pole on either side. In telophase, the corresponding sister chromatids connect at either side of the cell, and, in plant cells, vacuoles begin to secret cellulose in the middle of the cell, and in animal cells, microfilaments pinch the cell which creates a cleavage furrow. In cytokinesis, in animals the cleavage furrow deepens until the cell splits. In plants, the vacuoles keep secreting cellulose until there is a complete cell wall in the middle of the old cell, which creates two new cells. In interphase, the DNA doubles in the nucleus.
In prophase, the nuclear membrane starts to break apart, and microtubules and spindle poles begin to appear.
In metaphase, the microtubules, which are connected to the spindle poles, connect to the kinetochores of the chromosomes, and the chromosomes line up along the metaphase plate. In anaphase, the centromere, which holds the chromosome together, splits apart because an enzyme.
The motor proteins in the kinetochore pull the doubled chromosomes closer to the spindle pole on either side. In telophase, the corresponding sister chromatids connect at either side of the cell, and, in plant cells, vacuoles begin to secret cellulose in the middle of the cell, and in animal cells, microfilaments pinch the cell which creates a cleavage furrow. In cytokinesis, in animals the cleavage furrow deepens until the cell splits. In plants, the vacuoles keep secreting cellulose until there is a complete cell wall in the middle of the old cell, which creates two new cells.

In interphase, the DNA doubles in the nucleus.
In prophase, the nuclear membrane starts to break apart, and microtubules and spindle poles begin to appear.
In metaphase, the microtubules, which are connected to the spindle poles, connect to the kinetochores of the chromosomes, and the chromosomes line up along the metaphase plate. In anaphase, the centromere, which holds the chromosome together, splits apart because an enzyme.
The motor proteins in the kinetochore pull the doubled chromosomes closer to the spindle pole on either side. In telophase, the corresponding sister chromatids connect at either side of the cell, and, in plant cells, vacuoles begin to secret cellulose in the middle of the cell, and in animal cells, microfilaments pinch the cell which creates a cleavage furrow. In cytokinesis, in animals the cleavage furrow deepens until the cell splits. In plants, the vacuoles keep secreting cellulose until there is a complete cell wall in the middle of the old cell, which creates two new cells.

In interphase, the DNA doubles in the nucleus.
In prophase, the nuclear membrane starts to break apart, and microtubules and spindle poles begin to appear.
In metaphase, the microtubules, which are connected to the spindle poles, connect to the kinetochores of the chromosomes, and the chromosomes line up along the metaphase plate. In anaphase, the centromere, which holds the chromosome together, splits apart because an enzyme.
The motor proteins in the kinetochore pull the doubled chromosomes closer to the spindle pole on either side. In telophase, the corresponding sister chromatids connect at either side of the cell, and, in plant cells, vacuoles begin to secret cellulose in the middle of the cell, and in animal cells, microfilaments pinch the cell which creates a cleavage furrow. In cytokinesis, in animals the cleavage furrow deepens until the cell splits. In plants, the vacuoles…