When does DNA synthesis occur in mitosis?
Actually, DNA synthesis occurs in the interphase stage, after the G1 checkpoint and before the G2 checkpoint, in the synthesis period, sometimes referred to as the 'S' phase, though it is not in fact a phase of mitosis, but rather a part of the Interphase as a whole. I hope this is more helpful than the previous answer of; "nobody knows IDIOT."
Meiosis? that is when one haploid cell devides into two diploid (gamete) cells, right? Whereas mitosis is complete cell repulation. Hence, I'd say the difference is that DNA synthesis (two lots of DNA) are present in mitosis, whereas the genetic information is split in meiosis. - hence 23 chromosomes in a gamete, not 46.
It occurs in the Interphase of cell division, specifically S phase (Synthesis phase). Also, it happens right after transcription takes place, so it would be before the cell divides.. So it does not occur in Mitosis, because Mitosis is the separating of the chromosomes which are when the DNA have already replicated during the S phase and centrioles appear and blahblahblah i could go on all day. ;) Hopes this helps!!
DNA synthesis does not exist and what you are probably looking for cell reproduction or cell mitosis. In cell mitosis there are 6 phases which is interphase when the cell makes the centrioles and begins preparing for the duplication of DNA. In prophase DNA is copied from the nucleus, metaphase aligns the DNA for the split, anaphase separates the DNA and centrioles, and in telophase the cell splits into two separate DNA and centriole developing…
the "P" is prophase, part of the mitosis phase during a cell's life. G0 - resting phase G1 - beginning of Interphase, Cells increase in size in Gap 1. The G1 checkpoint control mechanism ensures that everything is ready for DNA synthesis S - DNA synthesis G2 -During the gap between DNA synthesis and mitosis, the cell will continue to grow. The G2 checkpoint control mechanism ensures that everything is ready to enter the M…