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During 1 full cell cycle, the cell __________, serves its normal everyday jobs, the DNA _______________, and then the cell divides into 2 identical daughter cells. Cells spend most of their time in _____________________. That’s the part of the cell cycle where the cell works and grows. When it’s time to divide, the cell then goes through ____________ and cytokinesis. Interphase is divided into 3 phases: (Describe what happens in each phase in 10 WORDS OR LESS) G1 phase- S phase- G2 phase-

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i got you boo During 1 full cell cycle, the cell ___??_____, serves its normal everyday jobs, the DNA __________duplicates_____, and then the cell divides into 2 identical daughter cells. Cells spend most of their time in _________the nucleus?____________. That’s the part of the cell cycle where the cell works and grows. When it’s time to divide, the cell then goes through _______mitosis?____ and cytokinesis. Interphase is divided into 3 phases: (Describe what happens in each phase in 10 WORDS OR LESS) G1: Cells increase in size, and produce RNA and synthesize protein. S: DNA replication occurs during this phase. G2: The cell continues to grow and produce new proteins.
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Your answer seems kinda iffy there, viva. No offense though.
It most definitely is. Which is reason for the question marks. But I know I'm right with the Interphase phases :P
During 1 full cell cycle, the cell grows and serves its normal everyday functions, serves its normal everyday jobs, the DNA replicates and then the cell divides into 2 identical daughter cells. Cells spend most of their time in interphase That’s the part of the cell cycle where the cell works and grows. When it’s time to divide, the cell then goes through mitosis and cytokinesis. G₁ phase - cell growth S phase - DNA replication (copying of DNA) G₂ phase - prepares for mitosis; the cell is ready to divide at the end of this phase
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