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This video looks at the process of mitosis, which is responsible for cell growth and division. It explains the four stages of mitosis, and looks at how mitosis can be affected by disease. The video also demonstrates the process of mitosis, and provides instructions on how to play the game.

  • 00:00:00 The video discusses the four stages of mitosis, which are replication, growth, division, and death. It explains that 94% of an organism's lifetime is spent in one or more of these stages. The video also looks at diseases that involve mitosis, such as cancer. In red blood cells, for example, some cells are coming from the majority of cells, while the average around 19 interfaces are dividing. There is consciousness of variation between different types of capital, which is a past event that took place in the cells' past.
  • 00:05:00 This video documents the four stages of mitosis, which occurs in the nucleus of a cell. The first stage is the separation of the nuclear material from the cytoplasm, and the second stage is the formation of the chromatin. The third stage is the cytokinesis of the chromosomes, and the fourth stage is the completion of the mitosis. The video also explains the role of the chromosomes in the cell, and shows how the chromosomes are divided into two parts (chromosomes) during the third stage of mitosis. The chromosomes are also shown to be sensitive to stress, and can be divided into two groups based on their height and width. The video concludes with a demonstration of the four stages of mitosis, and provides instructions on how to play the game.
  • 00:10:00 This video documents the process of mitosis, which occurs in cells in the body. The video shows how chromosomes are divided in two hundred and two, and how two new cells are created. The video also discusses how the presence of sex hormones during the third stage of mitosis (called the meiosis stage) can determine the outcome of the cell's growth.
  • 00:15:00 In this video, the first stage of mitosis, the stage that's lamented, is described. This stage is reabsorbed into the cell and is called mitosis and psychosis. Part 2 of the video covers the second stage of mitosis, meiosis, which results in the production of sexual cells that have only the number of chromosomes found in the mother cells. The fourth stage of mitosis, called mitotic crossing-over, occurs during the first phase of meiosis. This stage is when the chromosomes in the two cells are compared and the differences between them are marked. Only during the first phase of meiosis is this stage present. The fifth stage of meiosis is called prophase. During this stage, the centrosomes that will later divide the cells are formed. The chromosomes are now more consistent and are more similar to one another. The sixth stage of meiosis is called metaphase. During this stage, the chromosomes are spread out evenly across the cell. They are now called chromosomes. The seventh stage of meiosis is called anaphase. During this stage, the chromosomes are pulled towards the center of the cell and then divided. This is called mitotic crossing-over.
  • 00:20:00 The documentary follows the same stages during the sixth cycle of dosage as in the previous five, aligning chromosomes to Ecuador. Now center nuclei dry for the first time and now chromatin returns to chromosomes. The final stage of dosage produces cells with chromosomes that are again in opposite configurations. Suposedly, cells undergo mitosis to produce new nuclear wings and then when chromosomes return to chromosomes again, we can produce sexual cells from the original embryonic cell. The DNA was only duplicated once, through a few asmatic divisions. This is how human beings are created- each new generation is a new possibility. Organic substances are passed down from parents to their children during sexual reproduction, which requires both male and female genetic material. If this were not the case, each new generation would be identical to the last. The documentary concludes with a question and answer session.

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