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Q: What organelles control the process of mitosis?
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What is the part of the cell that controls the process of mitosis?

the nucleus control it

What organelles make up mitosis?

The centrioles are important for cell division (mitosis)

The process in which eukaryotic cells divide?

Mitosis (in stages - PMAT - Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase) The cycle of a cells division is the 'Interphase' and the actual mitosis. During the Interphase the cell goes through growth which grows extra organelles, Synthesis which makes new DNA and growth again for more organelles. It then goes through mitosis (PMAT) simply the dividing of chromosomes and splitting of the cell, of course this is far more detailed but I'll keep it short. Mitosis is for division of nucleus, but for division of the cell itself, the process is called cytokinesis.

What is the process in which cells divide to form two new cells?

Asexual reproduction.The process is call mitosis.

What is the difference between mitotic and mitosis?

Mitosis refers to the phases prophase through telophase where replicated genetic material is being separated into two identical nuclei. Mitotic phase refers to all of mitosis AND cytokinesis, the process after mitosis in which the nuclei, cytoplasm, organelles, and cell membrane divides into roughly equal two daughter cells.

What are the process of chromosomes?


What happens in the stage mitosis?

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.

What is the name of the process that cells use to divide?

Mitosis is the process that produces new 2N cells from 2N cells Meiosis is the process that produces 1N reproductive cells.

Which process is not during mitosis?

The state that the cell is in when it isn't undergoing the process of mitosis is Interphase.

What process mitosis or meiosis produces autosomes?


Which process is responsible for the formation of the bud?


What is taking place in a cell when it is not undergoing mitosis?

DNA replication is the process that occurs when mitosis is not in process. Mitosis divides chromosomes in the cell nucleus.