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Biology: Mitosis: An Overview

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Uploaded on Feb 20, 2009

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Mitosis seems to be a sticking point for many biology students. In this lesson, Professor Wolfe simplifies the concept of mitosis by breaking it down into the functions and forgoing the vocabulary (for the time being). He begins with a review of the eukaryotic cell cycle. DNA is only packed into chromosomes when a cell is going to do mitosis. A chromosome is two identical strands of DNA connected by a centromere. The centromere includes a section called the kinetochore. During mitosis, the nucleus of the cell splits and then the chromosomes form. The mictrotubiles connect to the kinetochrome and allow for chromosomal movement and division.

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