What happen to the cytoplasm during mitosis?
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the cytoplasm divides during the cell cycle, during mitosis, and during the final stage of mitosis, which is telophase. Telophase contains the cytokinesis process, where the cytoplasm splits and the two new daughter cells separate. In an animal cell, a cleavage furrow forms in between the two forming cells, as the cell membrane pinches in, but in a plant cell, cytokinesis forms a cell plate in between the cells, which eventually grows into a new…
Prophase is one of the stages in the process of mitosis, the stages of mistosis are : 1. Prophase 2. Metaphase 3. Anaphase 4. Telophase. So metaphase, anaphase, and telophase are what happends in mitosis and does not happen in prophase. And what happens in prophase that does not in mitosis is that the sister chromatids that were formed during interphase have shortened and thickened and are now visible with a light microscope.