The part of a cell that looks like the meat of a peach.
The part of a cell that looks like the pit of a peach.
The part of a cell that looks like the skin of a peach.
The ribosome studded ribbon look stuff that surrounds the nucleus.
rough endoplasmic reticulum
The little red dots that float in the cell. They are attached the the nucleus envolope and rough er.
The er that looks like coral.
Smooth endoplasmic retivulum
the fluid with in the cell
The cell organelle that looks like a bean
The part of a cell thats involved in digestion, it looks like a ball with stuff in it.
The membrane that surrounds the cell
The part of the cell that looks like litte fingers or hair sticking out
The part of the cell that looks like two spindles
The tubes that extent from the centrioles
The filiment that is with in the microvilli
Clear bubble in the cell
The medium size filament
The period of the cells life when the cell carries out its normal metabolic activites and grows
The phase that contains chromatin and the cell looks like it is doing nothing
The phase with the chormatin condense forming a bar like form. I looks like an x.These are visible under a microscope. The nucleus is still intact
chromatin form.......... in the early stage of prophase
The center of the chromosome x is called the ...........
The part that is formed in early prophase. This forms between the aster....looks like strings.
This is the star shape that is formed aroung the centrosomes
This stage the nucleus breaks. The chomosomes are attached to the strinds called kinetochore microtubule. The centrosomes are still moving apart.
The kinetochore microtubule is attached to the what
the kinetochore which is attached to the centromere of the chromosome aka middle of the x
In prophase the microtubule that is not attached to a chromosome
The part of cell division when all the chromosomes are lined up in the middle aka equator
The part of cell divions when the chromosomes are pulled apart.
When the chromosomes are pulled into two seperate peices they are called
The part of cell division when you see what looks like two nucli in one cell but no cleavage furrow
when you see the cleavage furrow of a cell