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    Mitosis - anaphase

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    A cell in anaphase during mitosis: Chromosomes separate into two genetically identical groups and move to opposite ends of the spindle. Mitosis is responsible for growth and development, as well as for replacing injured or worn out cells throughout the body. For simplicity, mitosis is illustrated here with only six chromosomes.
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    Internal Note(Bulk import) [OCPL Contact: Alisa Machalek] Judith A. Stoffer, MA, CMI jStoffer Medical Illustration Phone: 443/676.8883 FAX: 443/946.0205 www.jStoffer.com judy@jStoffer.com
    Keywordsdevelopment, cell cycle
    SourceJudith Stoffer
    Date2006-04-21 00:00:00
    Credit LineJudith Stoffer
    InvestigatorN/A
    Record TypeIllustration
    Topic Area(s);#Cells;#
    Previous UsesInside the Cell
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