Chapter 11 Biology

The cell cycle: the steps that take place within a cell that divides and duplicates DNA, produces two daughter cells

Interphase: cell growth, double DNA count, protein synthesis

Prophase: first stage of cell division, chromosome pairs are now visible as chromatids, nuclear envelope destroyed

Metaphase: second stage of cell division, chromosomes attach to spindle fibers

Anaphase: chromosomes move away from one another to opposite poles of the spindle.

Telephase: two nuclei are formed

Telomeres: noncoding repeat DNA

Cancer: abnormal cells within the body grow uncontrollably

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