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The Cell Cycle & Cell Division Key Concepts. Through the cell cycle , organisms grow, develop, replace old or damaged cells and produce new cells. Before mitosis begins there is a phase known as Interphase. Interphase is the longest part of the cell cycle.

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the cell cycle cell division key concepts
The Cell Cycle & Cell Division Key Concepts
  • Through the cell cycle, organisms grow, develop, replace old or damaged cells and produce new cells.
  • Before mitosis begins there is a phase known as Interphase. Interphase is the longest part of the cell cycle.
  • During Interphase the cell experiences rapid growth and becomes bigger, all organelles & DNA is copied.
  • Interphase gets the cell ready to divide.
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The Cell Cycle & Cell Division Key Concepts
  • In each body cell a human has 46 chromosomes or 23 pairs.
  • When cell division occurs, the new cells have combinations of new and old cell parts but are identical to the parent cell.
  • The amount of time it takes a cell to divide depends on the type of cell.
  • The nucleus and its contents divide during mitosis.
  • The cytoplasm and its contents divide during cytokinesis.