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S
chahpant
&yele checkpoints.
*sler chrama hids vs chromag
nid
URITesis (and cleavage furrow
prorse
Cheta point
M phase
(mitosis)
Chedfont2
o-never
Sunde ogan
G2 phase
(Gap 2)
G1 phase
(Gap1)
u ses chrome20ves
Thecell
ycle
ntendhase is nat
n meitosis, ts
or.
J0
Sphase
(DNA synthesis)
GO phase
(end of
cell cycling)
nLero
2. Refer to the above diagram. What are the main events of each of the phases of the cell cycle as
seen above?
Phase
Main Events
G1
G2
GO
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S chahpant &yele checkpoints. *sler chrama hids vs chromag nid URITesis (and cleavage furrow prorse Cheta point M phase (mitosis) Chedfont2 o-never Sunde ogan G2 phase (Gap 2) G1 phase (Gap1) u ses chrome20ves Thecell ycle ntendhase is nat n meitosis, ts or. J0 Sphase (DNA synthesis) GO phase (end of cell cycling) nLero 2. Refer to the above diagram. What are the main events of each of the phases of the cell cycle as seen above? Phase Main Events G1 G2 GO

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Step 1

A single parent cell can divide to form daughter cells, either by the process of meiosis or mitosis. The main motive of cell division is to make the cells grow, reproduces, and develop. In mitosis, a single parent cell divides to form two daughter cells. This process is divided into various stages, interphase, prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase, and cytokinesis. Interphase is further divided into the G1 phase, S phase, and G2 phase.

Step 2

G1 phase – It is the Gap 1 phase, which occurs right after the cell has divided to form two daughter cells. During this phase, the size of the cytosol is increased by the synthesis of various proteins and uptake of water from the external environment.

S phase – It is the synthesis phase, in which DNA replication occurs, and histone proteins are also synthesized for the newly replicated DNA strands.

G2 phase – It is the Gap 2 phase, in which a cell prepares itself to undergo mitosis. During this phase, the cell organelles dupli...

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