1 Comment

    In science, we are learning about how cells make new cells. Cells use a process called mitosis. Mitosis has 4 phases. They are prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase. Interphase is where the cells make copies of their DNA to begin mitosis. Next mitosis begins with prophase where spindle fibers appear. Then is metaphase where the nuclear membrane dissolves. Then is anaphase where chromatids move away. Finally telophase is where the nuclear membrane forms again.
    What I learned was how cells make new cells and how mitosis works. This reminds me of a time in 6th grade where I learned mitosis. It was after school and my instructor was teaching us about mitosis. She told us how cells make new cells. We were going to be tested on it. When the test came I was nervous. Then in the end I passed the test with a 100% and got a candy bar.

11/30/2012 9:32am

Good information, but I thought there was six stages.


Leave a Reply.