Does DNA replicate in mitosis?
no DNA replicates before mitosis. It replicates in the S phase of inter phase
it has 12 replications during mitosis
the DNA replicates before mitosis begins
Because mitosis needs new DNA to continue If you think about the order mitoses goes throw it makes more since.
Because with mitosis, you are copying the original organism exactly. Meaning you can't take cells directly from the original without losing cells or DNA. By replicating them, …they are copying the original without compromising it. It's spelled LOSE not LOOSE
In Mitosis, DNA replication begins in stage 3 after the DNA has grown, it begins to split. It then splits and replicates into two cells, where it continues to replicate.
DNA replication occurs once during mitosis. Replication also occursonce during meiosis even though there are 2 divisions that happen.
they need to have an orgy
DNA replicates during Interphase, not during mitosis
DNA replication is technically not part of mitosis. Mitosis is simply the splitting of the nucleus. DNA replication however is part of the interphase, which is part of the cel…l cycle. The DNA replication is also known as the S phase in the interphase. In this part, the DNA is replicated creating two sets of all genetic information.
No, mitosis is the process of cell division. DNA replication is only one part of this process.
yes, it is exactly the same as the parent. the asexual reproduction makes two identical 'babies.'
Because mitosis produces 2 genetically identical cells, each cell must have an equal amount of DNA as the parent cell had. Because of this, the DNA makes a duplicate copy of i…tself before mitosis begins, so that when the chromosomes separate each cell that forms will have as much DNA as the parent cell.
Each daughter cell must have a copy of the full cellular genetic material or there would be no reason for mitosis. Once the cell gives rise to two daughter cell it is too late… to replicate the genetic material then.
S-phase technically. Which happens in interphase, before mitosis.
because the DNA cannot leave the nucleaus. so it creates a duplicate of the DNA so the process of mitosis can carry out
DNA replication actually precedes mitosis and occurs during the S phase of interphase. The DNA is duplicated but the two copies (sister chromatids) are still attached at one p…oint called a centromere. At this point it resembles the familiar X shaped of the chromosome. During metaphase of mitosis those chromosomes are lined up at the metaphase plate. The spindle fibers attach to the centrosome pulling the sister chromatids to opposite end of the cell (anaphase). When the cell starts to pinch off, each new cell will then have a complete copy of the DNA.