Cell Cycle The steps a cell takes to reproduce and die

Interphase: Where a cell grows and simply "lives"
Prophase: Chromatids become visible and nuclear envelope breaks apart
Metaphase: Chromosomes attach to spindle fibers
Anaphase: Chromosmes move away from eachother
Telophase: Cell splits apart and new organisms are created
Telomeres: The protective cap on Chromosomes that prevent deterioration or fusion
Cancer: A disease in which cells abnormally divide and destroy tissues

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