This sounds like a question being asked of participants in a laboratory exercise, examining squashed onion roots stained to display chromosomes.
As such, it is best to answer it by doing the practical exercise!
You might expect prophase to be long (using the term "prophase" to include the stage "prometaphase" that is distinguished by some scientists). This is because the chromosomes have to condense from the extended form that they are in during interphase, to a supercoiled form suitable for movement later in mitosis.
Also, during prometaphase the chromatids become attached to spindle fibers, and the cell has a checkpoint at this stage, that usually prevents non-disjunction (sending the wrong number of chromosomes to the daughter-nuclei).
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The mitosis stage accounts for about 20% of the overall cell cycle. Mitosis is the stage where one cell duplicates into two identical daughter cells.
Mitosis: Telophase or just Mitosis
Cytokinesis or Telophase
It is called Mitosis but the certain stage of it is Telophase.
The cells divide
The last stage of mitosis is the Telophase, where the cell membrane caves in on itself to eventually split into two separate cells.
Mitosis is not the stage. Mitosis is the action which the cell undergoes. The stages of mitosis are: Interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, and Telophase. In these stages the cell splits into 2 identical daughter cells.
Interphase is the longest because 90% of mitosis occurs in this stage and it is when the cells replicate.
Mitosis produce somatic cells,In the sense that it produces cells in the body. However, mitosis does not complete the cell multiplying process. It is the second stage.
Two Daughter cells are the final stage of mitosis meaning this is where the mitosis is done by going through a lot of different stages. it is the same as the cell when we start except at the end of the mitosis we have two cells. so the cells doubles at every single growth and it happens by mitosis.
Mitosis or meiosis
Mitosis results in the formation of more somatic cells and meiosis creates haploid cells for gametophytic stage
Yes, in the sense that it produces cells in the body. However, mitosis does not complete the cell multiplying process. It is the second stage.
The final stage of mitosis is TELOPHASE.Telophase is the last stage of mitosis.Telophase is the final stage of mitosis.
Mitosis is the stage where the cell is cleaved into two new daughter cells. Mitosis is the process where cells reproduce by duplicating DNA and dividing into two identical cells. Each cell has a complete set of chromosomes.