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What happen when a cell divides

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    The stages in a cell's life are called the cell cycle. This works a bit like a washing machine cycle - each stage must be finished completely before the next one is allowed to start. Instead of wash, rinse, spin and drain, the cell cycle is made up of stages in which the cell grows and rests, copies its DNA, and divides into two new cells.

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