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#4 - IceViper
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Interphase
Prophase
Metaphase
Anaphase
Telophase
#5 to #4 - dolandickbutt
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Cytokenisis comes afterwards
#6 to #5 - IceViper
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yeah bro science
#7 to #5 - anon
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Random fact : Cytokineses happens after mitosis, they are not in fact part of the same process. Mitosis is the replication of DNA while cytokineses is the distribution of the cytoplasm and organelles.
#62 to #7 - dolandickbutt
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Yeah i know i was saying cytokensis came after mitosis
#11 to #4 - waffies
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#86 to #80 - waffies
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Sure enough doctorlean.
#46 to #4 - anon
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ANALPHASE
HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA
#48 to #46 - anon
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Calm down its just what you are going through at the minute.
#49 to #4 - anon
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Interesting (Interphase)
People (Prophase)
Make (Metaphase)
Awesome (Anaphase)
Telephone (Telophase)
Calls (Cytokenesis)
:)

#66 to #4 - counterannon
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Oh
Zero
Eight
Oh Oh

...Science...
#8 to #4 - occamsrazor
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You forgot G1, S1, and G2 Interphase, and most microbiologists agree on prometaphase being a thingl. Also anon is partly right cytokinesis isn't a part of mitosis/meiosis because some organisms some simple algae or dikaryotic fungi in which cytokinesis is a completely separate process. But anon was wrong in that mitosis is not the replication of DNA, that happens during S (or synthesis) phase of Interphase where DNA is replicated, so mitosis/meiosis is only the replication of the nucleus and nucleolus. Fun fact, within meiosis between meiosis I and II there is a type of proto- interphase in which no new DNA is synthesized because meiosis is a reducing process... just aced a Bio final. MFW.
#81 to #8 - IceViper
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hold up bro im not in AP bio, only honors bio so far is what i did last year next year im taking ap bio this year its honors chem
#83 to #81 - occamsrazor
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Well that's what you need to know about that from Honors Bio in college, and I'm a molecular biology and biochemistry major.
#84 to #83 - IceViper
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i aspire to be someone in science just like you
#85 to #84 - occamsrazor
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#15 to #8 - anon
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this ***** knows his ****
#33 to #15 - csakat ONLINE
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of course he does, he's Morgan Freeman.
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#21 to #4 - harbingerwolf
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#78 to #73 - aerius
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it's a reference to a character from monty python and the holy grail, you cumvacuum.
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#9 to #4 - anaphase
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sup
#12 - tredbear
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#30 - superluca
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#28 - heartgoldawesome
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SCIENCE!
SCIENCE!
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#22 - grimmwaters ONLINE
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That is so ******* math.
#27 to #22 - heartgoldawesome
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#17 - puredeliciousness
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For science!
For science!
#2 - yoursandwitch
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