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- I= Interphase
- T= telophase
- Four major phases of cell division - but this isn’t one of them. This is the normal state in which cells exist when they’re just busily
- working away in their functioning state of the body - Interphase
NOW SEE THE CHROMOSOMES FORMING - THREADY, SCRAMBLED EGG APPEARANCE
- Here we have the paired chromatin forming along the mid-line, connected to the
- spindle fibers - which you can consider (along with the centrioles) like a wench to
- begin the next stage where we see the chromosomes line up in order to begin the
- next phase when they will be moving apart from each other.
Ana = Greek for “apart”
- - Greek for “end” or “finish
- Cleavage furrow - sometimes looks like a
- lightening of cytoplasm where furrow will be.
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