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Fully answer any one of the two questions below using all relative terms:

 

Describe the events that occur in each of the following stages of mitosis

prophase

  1. prometaphase
  2. metaphase
  3. anaphase
  4. telophase

OR

 

Describe the events that occur in each of the following stages of interphase:

  1. G1
  2. S
  3. G2

Discuss the how the amount of DNA changes during each phase and describe the fate of the cell after G2.

 

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