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Final Script

Final Script

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Published by: Anim MA on May 07, 2013
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Hello everyone and welcome to this brand new edition of bioscience quiz-of-the-week!Tonight's topic is the Eukaryotic cell cycle.
The Eukaryotic cell’s first phase of the cycle is divided into three sub-phases and is the phase in which the cell spends the majority of its time and prepares for cell division byincreasing its size and making a copy of its DNA.The second phase is called M-phase or Mitosis. M-phase is divided into sub- phases. I’mnow going to show you animations describing these sub-phases, and I’d like you tochoose for them the right name.Watch as the duplicated chromosomes condense while outside the nucleus, the mitoticspindle assembles between the two centrosomes.Excellent!I’m sorry, that’s not the right answer.This sub-phase is called Prophase. Now watch as the nuclear membrane breaks apart and the chromosomes attach spindlemicrotubules and begin active movement.Well done!I’m sorry, that’s incorrect.Pro metaphase is the correct answer.What is the name of this third sub-phase?Watch as chromosomes are aligned at the equator of the spindle midway between thespindle poles. The sister chromatids are attached to the opposite poles of the spindle.Well done!
I’m sorry, that’s not the right answer.
The correct answer is Metaphase.
What comes after the Metaphase?That's right!I’m sorry, that’s incorrect.

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