The cell grows to its mature size
*S phase- replication of DNA and centrosomes
*G2 phase- cell growth, enzyme and protein synthesis continue, replication of centrosomes complete
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The cell's DNA is replicated.
In mitosis, a mother cell produces two daughter cells with the same number of chromosomes. This process of cell division allows the reproduction of unicellular organisms and the growth and regeneration of multicellular organisms.
Interphase is a phase of intense biochemical activity that allows chromosomal duplication and cell growth. When the cell is not in cell division, it is said to be in interphase, that is, it represents the whole-cell: with the membrane, organelles dispersed in the cytoplasm and the material gene involved by the nuclear membrane. It is didactically divided into three periods: G1, S, and G2. S- (from synthesis): DNA synthesis occurs and consequently chromosomal duplication.
B. The cell makes daughter cells.
During the S phase of the cell cycle, they make daughter cells.
The cell continues to grow to full size.
C. The cell copies its organelles.
DNA replication happens during the S phase
DNA Replication is Semi-Conservative
Because each helix that is created contains one strand from the helix from which it was copied
I believe it's The cell copies its DNA.
i believe the answer is its semi-conservative
many plants naturally reproduce this way, but it can also be induced artificially. horticulturalists have developed asexual propagation techniques that use vegetative plant parts to replicate plants. success rates and difficulty of propagation vary greatly. monocotyledons typically lack a vascular cambium and therefore are harder to propagate.
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