anonymous
  • anonymous
What happens before mitosis occurs? A. The cell undergoes meiosis. B. Cytoplasm from the parent cell becomes two daughter cells. C. The cell grows and makes a copy of its genetic material. D. The cell membrane disintegrates.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
DNA replication occurs prior to mitotic division. Your best answer is C @cupcakeohla.
Aphmeow
  • Aphmeow
Wrong area. The Anwser is D
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry

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Aphmeow
  • Aphmeow
it is ok
MD152727
  • MD152727
B Before mitosis, which is the M phase, is the interphase in which the cell grows and develops and produces proteins and organelles.This also includes the duplication of the cell's DNA in the S phase so that it could be separated to the new cell during mitosis.
Aphmeow
  • Aphmeow
:P
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@MD152727 You are describing answer C not B.
MD152727
  • MD152727
Oh! Sorry
anonymous
  • anonymous
so?
MD152727
  • MD152727
C

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