Which of the following best describes how the process of mitosis results in the formation of new cells?
a)chromosomes replicate during prophase, separate during metaphase and replicate again during anaphase, and nuclei form around the chromosomes during telophase.
b)dna condenses into chromosomes during prophase, chromosomes line up during metaphase and separate during anaphase, and separate nuclei form during telophase.
c)chromatids separate during prophase, replicate during metaphase and are pulled to opposite ends of the cell during anaphase, and cytokinesis splits the cell in half during telophase.
d)cells grow during prophase, their dna replicates during metaphase and separates into two nuclei during anaphase, and the cytoplasm divides during telophase.
as in A , it is said AGAIN REPLICATION which is wrong !
in C , the cell half's at cytokinesis not in telophase
in D, cytoplasm does not divide in telophase , it's only nucleus that is fully divided in telophase !
so ANSWER is B
DNA condenses into chromosomes during prophase, chromosomes line up during metaphase and separate during anaphase, and separate nuclei form during telophase.
Hope This Helps:)
Explanation: look at which phase cause what. You have an exact replica in prophase.
The cell will never leave metaphase.
Mutation is the change in genetic information of living organisms.
During mitosis at the metaphase stage, the kinetochore pull the sister chromatids till it allign to the equator of the cell, called equator plane. There is a checkpoint at the middle of the metaphase called metaphase checkpoint which make sure the cells is ready to undergo division. When mutation occurs in mitosis, it is irreversible and it's is passed on to daughter cells. Mutation at metaphase stage cause the cell not to produce normal protein kinases to the metaphase checkpoint which make the cell not to be able to leave the metaphase.
A) series of events that cells go through as they grow and divide
Cell cycle refers to the sequential events which take place during the division of one parent cell to daughter cells.
Since the cell divides continuously in the multicellular organism therefore these events are repeated over and over again that is the same steps are repeated a thus is known as cyclic events.
The cell cycle takes place into two phases: the interphase during which the cell prepares itself for nuclear division and the karyokinesis during which the nucleus divides.
Thus, Option-A is correct.
Mitosis is not part of the cell cycle.
The cell cycle has two phases: interphase and mitosis.
mitosis is the biological mechanisms whereby one (parent) cell separates into two identical daughter cells, with each daughter cell having the same DNA as the parent cell.
mitosis is not true bc mitosis is part of the cell cycle
the answer to this is c i hope this helped
brain development. a child's brain undergoes an amazing period of development from birth to three—producing more than a million neural connections each second. the development of the brain is influenced by many factors, including a child's relationships, experiences and environment.