Multifaceted animation that shows the different stages of the cell cycle. Representation of the quantity of DNA as a function of elapsed time including illustrations of the transformations occuring in the cell.
This animation is a simplified version of this cell cycle animation.
- To observe the different stages of the cell cycle at three different scales (cell, chromosome and DNA), simultaneously:
- To visualize the quantity of DNA which can be found in a cell during the different stages of the cell cycle.
The cell cycle is divided into 2 major phases: interphase (G phase, for” gap”) during which DNA’s semi-conservative replication occurs, and mitosis (M phase), which includes the stages of…
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