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Cell Cycle

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Last Updated: 24 April 2022

A cell cycle is a collection of occasions that happens in a cell as it splits and grows. The resulting cells, known as daughter cells, each enter their own interphase and start a new round of the cell cycle. Cell cycle is the name we give the procedure whereby cells make and duplicate two new cells. Cell cycle has different phases called G1, S, G2, and M. G1 is the stage where the cell is preparing to divide. After the DNA is copied and there's a total added collection of all the hereditary material, the cell relocates into the G2 stage, where it arranges and condenses the hereditary material, or starts to condense the genetic material, and prepares to separate. This is where the cell segments both copies of the genetic material into the 2 daughter cells. After M phase completes, cellular division takes place and 2 cells are left, and the cell cycle can start again.

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