26 August, 07:54
2. A cell under a microscope appears to be in the fourth phase of the cell cycle. What does
this indicate about the cell?
26 August, 08:35
If the cell under the microscope appears to be in fourth grade it indicates that it is ready for cell divison or mitosis.
* if the cell reaches the fourth stage, it increases in size.
* At about the same time, the copying of the DNA happens
this is the stage where the growth of the cell stops completely. all the concentration would be towards the division of the cell. This is the stage where the cell divides into two daughter cells. after this division, the two daughter cells also, begin their cell cycles. so, fourth phase of cell cycle is the beginning of the cell cycles of many daughter cells also.
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