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Cell Cycle

Puzzle Type: Educational
Teacher: Reece Ploetz
Stage of the Cell cycle in which the cell's nuclear material divides and separates into opposite ends of the cell.
Stage of Interphase in which cell prepares for mitosis
Longest stage of the cell cycle. stage during which cells grow, carry out cellular functions and replicate DNA in preparation for Mitosis
Third stage of mitosis in which microtubules shorten which move chromosomes to opposite poles
Structure where sister chromatid is attached.
Structure that contain identical copies of DNA.
Structure that contains genetic material that is passed from generation to generation of cells.
Last stage of mitosis in which chromosomes reach poles of the cell, the nuclear envelope re-forms, the nucleolus reappears, and the chromosomes decondense.
Prokaryotic cellular reproduction. When duplicated, both copies attach to the Plasma Membrane. As the plasma membrane grows, the attached DNA molecules are pulled apart. The cell completes fission, producing two new prokaryotic cells
Last stage of the cell cycle Plant cells: Cell plate forms, dividing daughter cells Animal cells: Cleavage furrow forms at equator of cell and pinches inward until cell divides in two.
Structure of spindle fibers, centrioles, and aster fibers.
Second stage of mitosis in which chromosomes attach to the spindle apparatus and align along the equator of the cell.
Relaxed form of DNA in the cell's nucleus
Stage of Interphase in which cell grows and performs cellular functions.
The first and longest stage of mitosis in which the Nuclear membrane disintegrates, the nucleolus disappears, the chromosomes condense, and the the spindle apparatus begins to form at the poles.