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Poems of Mitosis & Meiosis

Winning Poems

Mitosis

Sam Liu

Meiosis

Christine Lee

Honorable Mentioned

Daniel Leyva

Felicia Marie Ross

Steven Sanouvong

Ileana Merino

Roshana Newt

 

Poems of Mitosis

James Aganon
Amelia Arellano
Crystal Dawn Astabie
Crystal Dawn Astabie
Nancy Banh
Eva Chan
Willy Chen
Sophia Chew
Leonard D'Agostino
Verman Devera
Arleen Garcia
Fanny Guo
Damion Hatfield
Chotsani Hilt
Kyaira Johnson
Tristan Joseph
Jaurel Julao
Kenny Khounpanga
Wilbert Kuang
Helen Lam
Benny Lau
Daniel Leyva
Sam Liu
Gin Louie
Tiffany Lucas
Alice Ng
Kenisha Roach
Felicia Marie Ross
Steven Sanouvong
Vanessa Tulier
Katie Tong
Fahem Wesley
Unknown
Sean VanSteen
Ashlyn Williams
Shanaé Williams
Emily Wong
Steven Yannacone
Amy Yu
Mimi Yuen

Poems of Meiosis

Zaneta Balantac
Wilbur Doty
Christopher Fernandez
Michael Ryan Fontanilla
Candice Howard
Christine Lee
Terry Leung
Kenny Li
Vince Lozada
Ileana Merino
Roshana Newt
Kenny Sa
Jeffery Simpson
Sophia Su
Maria Uriarte
Tak Wong
Danny Yu
Jasmine Yuan

Poems of Mitosis

Mitosis

James Aganon

Mitosis doesn't do a lot of work than meiosis, But it's a special factor that Biologist can't even resist. The process is dived into four general stages. A process that will last for the ages. The four general stages are considered phases, Involving prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, and Telophase. The Mitosis process begins with interphase, This is when cell divisions are growing in such a rapid pace. This is the place where everything starts, A simple phase where mitosis makes its mark. After cell divisions grown in the interphase, It then moves to the second process, which is prophase. Prophase is the place where the DNA condenses and becomes chromosomes. It's also the place where the nucleus disappears and is gone. When the nucleus disappears it's ready to go to the next phase, That phase is no other than metaphase. During metaphase, centrioles appear in the cell, And chromosomes are pulled in the middle very fast that no one could tell. Metaphase is soon followed by Anaphase after it's done. Its job is to pull apart chromosomes breaking all the fun. The last process of mitosis is Telophase, This is when chromosomes are at each end going face to face. The nucleus becomes two in here. It's also where chromosomes uncoil into strands of DNA somewhere near. At the end of the whole process one cell divides into two, Making the mitosis process successful after all the phases it had to go through. Even if Mitosis neither can be more productive than meiosis or reliable, Its presence if surely positive and valuable.

  Mitosis, Mitosis

Amelia Arellano

Mitosis, Mitosis divided into four stages. Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, and Telephase. Prophase Prophase, Nucleus breaks down Metaphase, Metaphase Chromosomes line up in the center. Anaphase, Anaphase chromosomes moving to the opposite poles. Telophase, Telophase envelop forms And the spindle fiber begin to disappear

Mitosis

Crystal Dawn Astabie

Mitosis Oh, Mitosis The cycle of Mitosis Duplication Condensing Nucleus dissolves Separation Nuclei form Cells separate Interphase Prophase The cycle of mitosis Metaphase Anaphase This cycle of Mitosis Metaphase Anaphase This cycle of Mitosis Telophase Cytokinesis And start all over again.

Mitosis

Crystal Dawn Astabie

There's this thing called mitosis In the beginning its interphase When the DNA duplicates Then we start on Prophase DNA condense Nucleus Disappears Separate the DNA Now make the new cell Two nuclei now appear The cells will split And that'll be it The mitosis cycle

Mitosis

Nancy Banh

Mitosis is a funny thing

That consists of six steps

First there is Interphase

In this phase the DNA copies

Second there is Prophase

Where DNA condenses, the nucleus suddenly disappears

The centrioles appear with spindles

Third there is Metaphase

In this phase spindles pull chromosomes in a line

And in that line the chromosomes separate

That would be anaphase

In telophase

The spindle fibers disappear

The last stage is cytokinesis

Thatís where cells divide into two

Mitosis

Eva Chan

A cell spends most of its life in the interphase IPMAT easy to remember and say Interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase At this point interphase has two pairs of centrioles DNA thread so fine it makes chromosomes. During prophase the chromosomes shorten and start to coil Heading for the equator they metaphase The metaphase plate they are called when lined up straight When polar fibers reach centromeres of chromosomes They react by sliding and dividing When in anaphase they divide As chromatids pull the poles of cells But will hold Telophase the last phase Having the nuclei and nuclear They reform while chromosomes uncoil The cell splits in two and they start cytokinesis

Mitosis!

Willey Chen

Mitosis, it's all about the phases

Interphasing

Prophasing

Metaphasing

Anaphasing

Then Telophasing

DNA condensing,

Nucleus dividing,

Cell splitting,

2n giving,

Mitosis

Mitosis is . . .

Sophia Chew

What is Mitosis? Mitosis is something that happens to everybody. It is true. Don't take me for a fool, I'm telling the truth. It affects you too. It goes by two, And soon to four. You can't stop it from happening for sure.

4 Stages of Mitosis

Leonard D'Agostino

Prophase keeps chromosomes dark Actually visible Now I see I see fibers I see the breakdown of the nuclear envelope Is it really breaking? I see a line A line-up on the equator A line in Metaphase Chromosomes now move to the middle Now held in place by microtubules attached To the kinetochore I see a separation Two chromatids separate This is in a new phase, Anaphase Chromatids = Chromosomes I see a move Chromosomes have moved to opposite poles Of the cell I see fibers again The fibers shorten We went through 1 phase, 2 phase, 3 phase What about 4? Telophase the last phase The chromosomes uncoil I see something new New nuclear envelopes form I canít see the spindle fibers because They broke down and disappeared I see a completed mitosis I see it I really do

Mitosis

Verman Devera

Mitosis Goes through many phases Duplicating then dividing Facing five phases is what a cell must go through Interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase And last the telophase. So many steps one purpose to get to. First DNA condenses to create chromosomes. The nucleus disappears Which the centrioles appears. Fishermen you may call them, They pull the chromosomes into line. Then are pulled apart. Then evenly distributed to each end of the splitting cell. Tow nuclei are created and two new cells are made. Chromosomes uncoil to become DNA.

Mitosis


Mitosis

Arleen Garcia

Mitosis is on a mission
To create new cells through cell division
Interphase starts things off
To copy DNA until there's enough
After that, there is Prophase
Condense DNA, and the nucleus stars to erase
Following Prophase is of course Metaphase
Making centrioles grab chomosomes to form a line or a new base
Next is Anaphase,
Copied chromosomes separate and organelles are pushed to center place
Telophase is next to show
Where the nuclei starts to grow.
Now we're at cytokinesis so we're almost at the end
Cell divison begins, making more friends
We now come back to Interphase to start a new game.
This process always continues and stays the same.

Mitosis

Fanny Guo

There are four stages of process First prophase, Chromosomes condense and become visible Fibers become visible & nucleus breaks down Second metaphase, Chromosomes line up in the center Each held by fibers attached to kinetochore This anaphase, two chromatids separate & form chromosomes Chromosomes move opposite poles of cell & the fibers shortened Four telophase, chromosomes at the end of cell & new nuclear envelope form Fibers disappear and Now is the Mitosis!

Mitosis Poem

Damion Hatfield

Mitosis an organism which enters And goes through many different stages Interphase Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase Cytokinesis Which are all great phases. Helping To create a cell which helps add more people to this beautiful world. All these Phases you can learn about on different phases. Learn while you can about your Hereditary background

Mitosis

Chotsani Hilt

Chromosomes loosely wound Genes found in enzymes Interphase ends Mitosis begins Chromosomes condenses Phase gets intense Spindle helps move Mitosis goes through phases Interphase, prophase, metaphase Telophase and anaphase Prophase becomes visible Metaphase moves to the center of the cell Anaphase divides Telophase hides And Interphase grows.

Mitosis

Kyaira Johnson

Metaphase Interphase Telophase Organelles Set of two Inversion Sex Chromosomes Interphase is number one This is where we began. Prophase condenses the cell Like we would like to do when we are in jail. Metaphase is where we organize, Just like we try to do in Junior High. Anaphase is where is separate, Just like we do on our first date. Telophase is where it starts the new cell, Now all I have is one more fact to tell. Cytokinesis the division of a cell, Like Mumia departed from jail

Mitosis Mitosis

Tristan Joseph

Mitosis Mitosis a process Which the nucleus of the Cell divides into two Nuclei with the same Number of Chromosomes. Mitosis Mitosis the process Of Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, And Telophase. Mitosis Mitosis the first the DNA Duplicates then condenses The form of Chromosomes The Nucleus disappears. Mitosis Mitosis the Chromosomes Line up then pulls apart, form Two new nuclei, and then cells Divides.

Mitosis

Jaurel Julao

You multiply, And you mold and multiply, You start as we grow. And youíve been thee to mold us before we grew. You happening now, And youíre happening in conception, You split and stay what you were. And you split and mix what you are. You produce the design of what we are. And you are the design of what we are. You are apart of evolution, And so are you. You have been around since the beginning of life, And so have you. Both of you are a law of life.

Mitosis the splitting of cells

Kenny Khounpanga

Mitosis is the splitting cell

It has chromosomes and organelles

The cell's DNA is not very clear

And soon the chromosomes appear

But the molecules suddenly disappears

Then the chromosomes are in a daze

They begin to enter metaphase

As the chromosomes line up in a silly order

Hoping in anaphase there will be no disorder

The chromatids split apart

By centrioles that pull with all their heart

Next in telophase it falls into its funny plot

The chromosomes go to their opposite sides

Just to form new nuclei

The DNA uncoils and a new envelope appears

Now two cells are here

And more to come and fear

Cytokinesis is the last step I hear

Before the cycle begins again

But the end is far from near

Mitosis

Wilbert Kuang

Mitosis has 5 phases Interphase, prophase Metaphase, anaphase Then telophase Interphase is the first phase, Them comes to prophase, Chromosomes condense, Now seeable by one of the 5 senses Metaphase is the next step, Chromosomes line up, Ready to separate Anaphase separates, The chromatids and centromere, They are pulled apart, By the spindle fiber Telophase is the last, The chromosomes are now at opposite ends, Spindle fibers break, Mitosis is complete Now cytokinesis takes place, Splitting up the chromosomes, Producing 2ns

 

Mitosis

Helen Lam

Mitosis Going through many places. Diving into different places. From prophase to metaphase and on to anaphase, One busy cell. Then eukaryotic cell comes by, and divides them into two daughter cells. Always so busy, no time to have fun. But without cells, we human would be dead. Replacing dead cells with new cells, The daughter cell grows, And becomes DNA. Wrapping it up, The protein in the chromosomes, They were two complicated daughter cells, But without them, We wouldn't be complete.

Mitosis

Benny Lau

A eukaryotic cell spends most of its life in GI, S, and G2 phase Which are collectively called interphase During interphase the cell does a great deal of growing Chromosome are loosely wound and genes are used to direct activities the cell is doing During prophase, chromosomes begin condensing and become visible The nuclear envelope surrounding the nucleus, and the network of spindle fibers makes seeing it possible In metaphase, the chromosomes lines up in the equator Ounce at the equator chromosomes are held in place by the microtubules attached to the kinetochore In anaphase, chromatids physically separate when the centromere divides The chromatids, each can now be called chromosomes moves to opposite sides Telophase is the final step of mitosis A new envelope forms, spindle fibers breaks down, and disappears to complete it After mitosis is cytokinesis The cytoplasm of the cell is cleaved in half, and the cell membrane grows To enclose both cells, that's the way it is Then it is meiosis After mitosis

Mitosis

Daniel Leyva

Mitosis is the process of cell division To create new cells is its mission During interphase, DNA is still invisible It copies itself, this is very critical Prophase is the very next stage The DNA coils up and the nucleus no longer remain Metaphase is next on the list Chromosomes line up and are ready to dismiss Anaphase pulls the chromosomes apart Now telophase is ready to start Telophase is where DNA untangles Two nuclei form so information stays stable The cell membrane forms and cuts cells into two And back to interphase is where it goes to Mitosis is something that never ends Once it stops, it starts again.

Mitosis Poem

Sam Liu

Once upon a time there was a face; And that was the face of man, Mutations and Evolution scared the base And changed the structure from then. Such is our story of Mitosis A story with such a thesis Such is the tale God wrote To illustrate our Fate... From Prophase to Metaphase... The nucleus disappears, Tiny structures called chromosomes line up and then appear... Centrioles pulled them from side to side Like strings in a webbed line Slowly and delicately organized So they can evenly divided In Anaphase the creation of life begins, And the chromatids separate And the centromeres divide, In telophase the nucleus regains, And then once again the organelles Separate since the time when life began; From cytokinesis to Interphase The chromosomes copies and the process starts again... Strangely from this process Mutations occur Trisomy 21, And Cancers Are added in the brochure. Why has God written this part? Who will know? After God might have Meant nothing to you at all But there's a time when Time shall end And Death dawns upon Our very cells therefore Will end the process Of Mitosis

Mitosis

Gin Louie

There are five phases in making a cell Learn them so you won't fail. Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase and Telophase Are some you should learn. The first step is to copy itself DNA condenses and become chromosome cells Nucleus becomes gone so the centrioles can be their bond. Where do the chromosome go you say? Well they go into the middle one day Chromosomes are pulled apart, Chromosome then ends up on each end and then come to New Nuclei Then Chromosome uncoil into strands Of DNA and almost ends it's days. They all move to one side and begin to divide. That is the process of Mitosis.

Mitosis

Tiffany Lucas

Mitosis 5 phases Prophase, anaphase, telophase, metaphase, and interphase. They all put you in a daze. It all begins with a prophase DNA becomes chromosomes, nucleus disappears and gives you great fear. Metaphase is like a game give the play a name. The play name is fear the centriolies appear. Call the play " FEAR" chromosomes pull apart in fear. Telophase the uncoiling phase you have chromosomes on each end and 2 new nuclei that jump in. Chromosomes uncoil into strands of DNA all in the way. At the end cells divide like pie. Starting all over again making a new plan.

  Mitosis

Alice Ng

Goes through many phases By dividing Going through the process of prophase, Then metaphase, Anaphase and telophase. Eukaryotic cells divide the chromosomes Making it into daughter cells. Pairs of chromosomes are formed Using the term of 2n. Mitosis occurs in every cell, Except the gametes. Mitosis is needed for growth and development. All these process happens within a cell. When the cell divides, Daughter cell carries the same genetic information. Cell membrane surrounding the nuclei becomes less visible And chromosomes become more visible. Pairs of chromosomes are lined up at the center. Chromosomes are then pulled apart to the end Pinching inwards. The chromosomes uncoil themselves Making two new nuclei.

Mitosis

Kenisha Roach

Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase Are all a part of mitosis. Itís very good to know this. I hope you know cells need this to grow. Mitosis Something like Meiosis, But not quite. Millions of cells split everyday and night MitosisÖ

Meioses and Mitosis

Felicia Marie Ross

Meioses and Mitosis, They make a great pair, From nuclei to cell divides, Which can continue the cycle with care. Meioses and Mitosis can increase one's stature, Or make you brighter too, Make you shine like a penny, Or make you a complete foul. In Prophase we start to be seen, And become irritated too, In Metaphase we start to appear, Like a troublesome gang, In anaphase we start to separate, And seek our own poles, Telophase is the time We can no longer stay together, We continue to break apart until there is another.

Mitosis Mitosis

Steven Sanouvong

Mitosis Mitosis What a wonderful stage It's so easy to describe Because it justs makes two nuclei's. Chromosomes coil up and become condensed You think it's a maze But it's only prophase. Is the nucleus clear? Can you see it appear? You are absolutely right It's starting to disappear. They start to move to the middle of the cell Click clock click clock To the sound of the bell. Centriole pushes it to the middle It pushes and pushes Like the sound of the fiddle. Can you see any haze? No! Because this is called metaphase. Chromosomes start to split up Strands of fiber push them towards opposite poles This never could have happened If the stands had any holes. This process had me crazed Until I found out it was Anaphase. . Chromosomes are on the opposite side of the cell Two nucleus form As you have now learned on this sheet Mitosis is complete. When Mitosis ends Cytokinesis begins. Cytoplasm of the cell is pinched in half DNA uncondenses Like you had never lost your five senses. Chromosomes disappears You don't have to fear Because Cytokinesis is here. Mitosis Mitosis With only two daughters Gives off 2n to their offspring And later to others. They reproduce and divide on their own What better way to do it? Definitely not on the phone. The stages of mitosis was very cool Farewell and goodbye Till another cycle passes through.  

Mitosis

Vanessa Tulier

Mitosis has many phases that it goes through by dividing, There are four phases. Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, and Telophase. Mitosis occurs in each cell except the gametes When Eukaryotic cells divides the chromosomes, Making them into daughter cells. The daughter carries identical genetic info. Chromosomes become visible when the cell membrane surrounds the nuclei becomes less usable. In the center chromosomes are attached. Between the centriole spindle fibers saybeats and begins to form. At the opposite posse the centrioles stop. Chromatids separate, and move apart. Along the spindle fiber towards each pole. At either pole chromosomes with the cell Begins to pinch unwind Then next the spindle breaks up. The cell membrane divides Then next. The nuclei form.

Mitosis

Katie Tong

Mitosis go round and round. DNA who lives in nuclear copies themselves in the mirror. When they step into prophase, DNA turns, visible, visible, visible. Nuclear goes bye, bye, bye. Visible DNA transform to chromosome. As they reach stage of metaphase They line up on each fiber. Fibers pull chromosomes further and further apart. Split to eight. Next is telophase, where return of nucleus. Two this time one at each end. Surrounding chromosomes who were split. Cytokinesis came, so the cell screzze to not three, but TWO. Organelles now have to choose, This side? That side? Well, Ö since they can't all go to one side. Some goes to one side. Some go to the other side. Now it's equally divided. No fighting anymore.

Meiosis

Fahem Wesley

First the chromosomes separate than the chromosomes compensate. Afterward the spindle fibers separate than chromosomes are in to middle. Now we at stage 3 Anaphase, In this process the chromatids pull the chromosomes away from middle to different poles. The two chromosomes divided into two different poles, which divides evenly. So now that they're separated we do the same of same Of thing and end up four. And than they do the same of same of thing and end up with eight. And now you know the process of Meiosis the Pro.

Mitosis

Unknown

There are 5 phases in making a cell Learn them so you wonít fall Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, & telophase The first step is to copy itself DNA condenses and become chromosomes cells Nucleus become gone so the centrioles Can begin their bong Where do the chromosomes go you say? Well they go into the middle one day Chromosomes are pulled apart, Chromosome Then end up on each end and then Come two New N. The chromosomes uncoils into strands Of DNA and almost end its days They all move to one side & begin to divide That is the process of Mitosis and valuable

Mitosis

Sean VanSteen

Mitosis It is a part of life Mitosis Cell Duplication What is Mitosis? When what is one becomes two. You have a cell Now you have two. Just as in life Whereas in life, two makes one. Mitosis is just as any stage in evolution, It's purpose to reproduce.

My Poem on Mitosis

Ashlyn Williams

The first thing the cells do is duplicate or copy Prophase begins, that's when the chromosomes form. At about the same time the nucleus disappears. Centrioles pull the chromosomes to the sides, They line up in the middle and prepare to divide. The chromosomes pull apart to make daughter cells. This is anaphase, after Metaphase, and before Telophase. In Telophase, the cells make two new nuclei. Then comes Interphase and the cell divides. Now the cells are complete, and you have two more, So the cycle starts again just like before.

Mitosis

Shanaé Williams

Chromosomes begin to become visible, The nuclear envelope around the nucleus breaks down, The network of the spindle fibers become visible, Step one of Mitosis not Meiosis Chromosomes move to the center of the cell, Line up along the equator, Are held in place by the Microtubules which are attached by the Kinetochora Step two of Mitosis not Meiosis Chromosomes move toward opposite poles of The cell, as the fibers attached to them begin to get short, shorter, step three of mitosis not meiosis Chromosomes at opposite end of the cell, Uncoils, forms a new nuclear envelope, The spindle fibers that become visible in step two Breaks and disappears mitosis is complete But mitosis end cytokinesis begins, The final And Three Sixty (360ļ) of Mitosis not Meiosis

Poem of Mitosis

Emily Wong

Interphase, you start off duplicating the DNA, nucleus ending. Prophase, bundled up DNA into chromosomes ready for sending Metaphase, roundin' them up in spindle fibers, the net, Organelles, running all over get pushed into the middle, yet Anaphase, pulls apart our chromosomes as the net starts disappearing Telophase, our chromosomes on opposite sides rearing Into its own nucleus as in Cytokinesis do you get two cells when it splits as the chromosomes disappear and turn into DNA.

Mitosis

Steven Yannacone

Mitosis mitosis is a cycle it starts off in Interphase interphase makes DNA duplicate into 4N The prophase does DNA condense and forms chromosomes in its way The metaphase, metaphase lines up chromosome like a straight line Anaphase pulls chromosomes apart like a few football players blocking defender's for The winning play The telophase separates and forms 2 new nuclei And the cytokinesis dividing math in half

Mitosis

Amy Yu

Mitosis goes through many different phases They are always on a vacation To prophase then metaphase, anaphase And the last place they went to was telophase Eukaryotic cell dividing into two daughter cells Always gives them a headache Doing on what they have to do best, Replacing dead cells into new cells They are faster than you think When the daughter cells grow up They start copying DNA. DNA starts wrapping the proteins into chromosomes. Having two daughter cells was a big mistake, But someone has to keep them.

Mitosis

Mimi Yuen

Mitosis, what is it? It is a process of cells

What is it?

It is interphase What is it? It is a period of growth What is it? It is prophase

What is it?

It is when chromosomes condense and become visible It is when nuclear envelope breaks down and spindle fibers become visible What is it? It is metaphase What is it? It is when centrioles appear It is when chromosomes move to anti line up at center of cells What is it? It is anaphase

What is it?

It is when chromosome copies separate What is it? It is telophase What is it? It is when new nuclear envelope forms and spindle fibers disappear What is it? It is cytokinesis What is it? It is division of the cytoplasm What is it? It is two new daughter cells What is it? It is mitosis What is it? It is something that goes on forever And eves and ever What is it? IT IS MITOSIS!  

Poems of Meiosis

Meiosis

By: Zaneta Balantac

Hurry! Hurry! Need to start Meiosis, need to duplicate Just passed the first phase called Interphase Was growing at a steady rate Then the next stage is Prophase 1 A process of duplicating DNA By doubling the 2n to 4n And condensing chromosomes in just the right way Chromosome pairs called bivalents Shorten and thicken right at this stage And as the nuclear envelope disappears No longer are the chromosomes in a cage Centrioles start to form And spindle fibers appear The next step called Metaphase 1 Commences with no fear In this next phase Bivalents then aligns Right in the equator of the cell So they won't get into a bind Then Anaphase 1 interrupts And in this stage the first division begins Here each bivalent divides to two chromosomes And each will get reeled in To opposite poles do each chromosome go While organelles move to make way So they won't interrupt The chromosomes' direct pathway And as they reach their destination The next stage called Telophase 1 Tries to go through the next process Before the day is done In this phase the cell splits To make itself to two Dividing the organelles equally for each daughter Instantly right on cue Then Meiosis decides To go through the whole process once more Prophase II, Metaphase II, Anaphase II, and Telophase II Are the stages of finishing this chore In this next round though The DNA isn't replicated But the chromosomes still aligns, separates, and divides Like the first round almost duplicated But this time the two daughter cells divide And four new cells are obtained Each carrying an n instead of 2 Its destiny preordained This process is called Meiosis A procedure happening every day Almost like Mitosis But different in it's own way

Mitosis & Meiosis

Wilbur Doty

Mitosis and Meiosis They are very much the same They both go threw the same process First is Interface (Interface is another way to say cloning) Then Prophase (chromosome revolution to destroy the nucleus) Next is Metaphase (the new chromosome order) Then Anaphase (chromosome order splits into two) Now Telophase (chromosomes return to two new nucleus) Finally Cytokinesis (one cell isn't big enough for the both of them) But wait that's not all Meiosis isn't finished so it goes to round two For Mitosis two is cool But Meiosis needs more so it does four Mitosis gives 2n and Meiosis gives one So they have an equal sum  

Meiosis

Christopher Fernandez

Meiosis one is just like Mitosis but with a lot more fun. First thing is prophase one which makes the chromosomes condense And make the nuclear envelope be gone. But first the homologous chromosomes pair up and crossing-over happens And Prophase one is done. Metaphase one makes the homologous chromosomes go to the center equator But the homologous stay where they are for the better. The organelles are on the four comers waiting to be divided. Anaphase begins and moves the chromosomes to different poles. The organelles see their time and moves around the chromosomes and just rolls To its place. Telophase one, the chromosomes meet at each of the poles and the nuclear envelope Reappears and shows it's face. Next step is Cytokinesis, which pinches and makes two daughter cells with 2n. Meiosis two begins with prophase two, which is like prophase one but doesn't copy itself But divides it. Metaphase two is like metaphase one but it moves the chromosomes and makes it fit. Anaphase two causes the centromeres to divide and the chromosomes move to opposite Sides of the cell. Telophase two is the same as telophase one, which makes me, think of my friend Del. The organelles do the same like in Meiosis one. To finish this off Cytokinesis makes four new daughter cells. Each cell has n.  

Meiosis

Michael Ryan Fontanilla

Meiosis, explain how you really work Meiosis, you begin with Interphase There you Copy DNA in your work After that, you begin with Prophase Condense DNA, Erase Nucleus Third thing you do is start with Metaphase Centrioles grabs Chromosomes to line up Fourth thing you do is start with Anaphase All the Chromosome Copies Separate But they're at things to add in Anaphase The Organelles are pushed to the middle Then you continue with the Telephase In this Phase, the Nuclei starts Forming Cytokinesis becomes the next Phase What happens there is that the cell divides After that, it comes back to Interphase This time the DNA is not copied

Meiosis poem

Candice Howard

Meiosis Meiosis Goes through many stages Meiosis Meiosis Is a much longer process than Mitosis Meiosis Meiosis Is when DNA copies then DNA condenses The nucleus disappears then the centrioles appears Chromosomes line up then their copies separate and go their different ways These are all stages of Meiosis not mitosis They are all very important phases They can't be disturbed So don't bother them Just let them stay the way they are.

Meiosis & Mitosis

Christine Lee

Meiosis and mitosis Works like a schedule. Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase. Just to make daughter cells, All have to be gone through. Let's say their job is to split To finally split their shells That holds them together; not to be bits. Splitting and merging like Bubbles that float In the traffic of you or body, that is their hobby. Meiosis forms 4 Mitosis makes 2 DNA looks like X' s When ready to migrate. Then they line up in a line That'll split them split first Now that we have 2, they want to split again. So they line up again and do it once more. Now we have daughter cells. What else can we ask for more?

Mitosis and Meiosis

Terry Leung

Mitosis and Meiosis Both a cell Around your body Could you see it? Mitosis and Meiosis Have their own phases First it interface, then it prophase After it get to the most important part Metaphase and anaphase Right after it telophase, the last face Then it turns into a cell Mitosis, the lazy one Let his brother do all the work Meiosis hard twice as hard as his little brother Why meiosis got to be the hard worker First face for Mitosis is interphase Which is copy DNA of themselves Then prophase The spindle fibers become visible Then metaphase Chromosome being centered and line up Then anaphase Two chromatids physically separate Divide into centromere Then it turn into chromosome And finally it telophase Chromosome is opposite end of the cell A new nuclear is form Spindle fiber break down Then become cytokinesis New cell beginning And mitosis is finish After mitosis is done Meiosis has started Begin with prophase I Chromosomes condense and break down Then homologous chromosome pair up And cross over Then metaphase I Spindle fibers to the equator to cell Then anaphase I Homologues separate Pulled the spindle fiber to opposite side Chromatids do not separate at their centromeres Then telophase Gather each of the two poles Cytoplasm divides, form two cells Then later it mitosis II Form new membranes Has 4 meiosis around it Created four haploid cells

Meiosis and Mitosis

Kenny Li

Meiosis and Mitosis Both do the same Going through different phases Through interphase, then prophase, metaphase Don't forget about anaphase and Telophase After the phases There is a new cell form Mitosis is lazy But it's doing what it suppose to do Meiosis does more than that He double the results In Interphase during mitosis DNA copy themselves Ready for mitosis In prophase Now we can see the chromosome The nucleus is gone We can also see spindle fibers In metaphase Chromosomes line up in center Held by microtubules In anaphase Two chromatids separate When centromere divides Now called chromosomes Then move to opposite poles of the cell In Telophase Chromosomes now at opposite of cell   New nuclear form Spindle fibers break down Then in cytokinesis New cell form Mitosis is complete After mitosis meiosis begin In prophase I The homologous chromosomes pair up Then crossing over occurs In metaphase I Pairs of homologues chromosomes move to center In anaphase I The homologues separate Pull by the spindle fiber to opposite side The chromatids do not separate at their centromere In Telophase I Individual chromosomes gather at each of the 2 poles Now form tow cells Meiosis did not end yet In meiosis II it followed by cytokinesis New membranes formed Around the 4 products of meiosis Created four haploid cells  

Meiosis

Vince Lozada

Meiosis has a decision Because it has a condition To fulfill a mission To recreate a piece of themselves And why not a division to split Up a conclusion of the nuclei Not just one but tow Nuclei So they can be in half If they are split into 2 halves Thatís his decisions

Meiosis

Ileana Merino

For cells to reproduce There are two options they can choose Meiosis and Mitosis are the two options But Meiosis does it again, so it has more action It all starts with interphase And the DNA duplicates After that, prophase comes in The DNA condenses, and forming chromosomes is the thing The Nucleus disappears Come on lets give 'em three cheers Chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell in metaphase They are held by microtubules, and then they move to the next phase In anaphase the chromatids separate when the centromere divides And the chromosomes move to the opposite of the cell's sides Telophase is when each end uncoils for the chromosomes The spindle fibers disappear and the new nucleus envelop forms That is when mitosis would stop and the process would be done But Meiosis is not finished and a new process is found For meiosis the DNA doesn't duplicate the second time But the rest is the same and lets hope everything goes fine

Meiosis

Roshana Newt

Meiosis is the process that separates As in Divide into making cells. Anaphase Many Many Cell in a Hard Hard Division. It's all in the flow of mind. Meiosis is like a raindrop. Falling Falling From the sky. It's the process in which The nucleus of a cell completes Two produce Nuclei for each Chromosomes reduced Reduced by half.

Meiosis and Mitosis

Kenny Sa

Meiosis has different phases, Which help split up their cells, So they can increase in other places, Interphase makes DNA replicate, As Prophase form chromosomes, Metaphase then helps line it up, So the process would be perfect, Anaphase is the next stage, Which evenly pulls them apart, As it draws them to the opposite of the cell, The organelles move to the middle, As Telophase can begin to start, The DNA uncoils, As the nucleus forms around the DNA, Cytokinesis is the last of the phases, That split the center of the cell, As the organelles is evenly distributed, And another cell is created Meiosis is the same cycle, Which repeats Mitosis twice, But at the end of the process, The centromeres divide instead of sticking together, And duplication does not take place, So that Mitosis ends with 2n, While Meiosis ends with in

Meiosis Poem

Jeffery Simpson

Meiosis it can be explosive from 1 to 2

There's two parts to the meiosis stage.

Meiosis 1 and Meiosis 2 between the

Both of them consist of eight different

Stages that all go through phases

Prophase is the first stage that is when

The chromosomes condense and the nuclear

Envelope breaks down

Next we skip to Metaphase 1, pairs of

Homologous chromosomes are moved by this

Fiber to the center of each cell the homologues

Are each made up of two chromatids which

Remain together

Lined up for third is Anaphase 1 that's when

The homologues any up and separate but the

Chromosomes aren't going to miss their date

And are pulled together by the action of the

Spindle fibers

Each chromosomes is still composed

Of two chromatids joined by a centromere

The lightening fast Telophase/Cytokinesis is forth

The spindle fiber disappears and the once one

Cell becomes two cells

Part 2 in the Meiosis lacks in everything happens the

Same now the two cells go through the cycle again

And become 4 new cells

The only difference is Meiosis 1 separates homologous

Chromosomes. Meiosis 2 separates chromatids as

Result more new cells

  Meiosis

Sophia Su

Meiosis goes through Steps of six Duplicating DNA's Is the step of one Now we start to go to phases Chromosomes starts to form Fading starts for the Nucleus As we go by The chromosomes starts to separate We head from interface To prophase From metaphase through anaphase As we end this through telophase A new nucleus forms Which the cells starts to divide And at the end we have 2 babies for the meiosis And 2 more for it also Never think that this would actually end

Cause at the end it goes back once more

Meiosis Reproduction

Maria Uriarte

Meiosis is one of the processes for a cell to chose When it wants to reproduce. Meiosis does twice the work So it requires a lot more force The first step is interphase Here is where the DNA duplicates After duplicating, prophase comes in action Then the cell gives off a reaction. The DNA condense And start to produce chromosomes with strength Here comes metaphase, Three steps behind interphase Chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell Hoping that reproduction will excel The fourth step is anaphase Where the chromosome copies separate In telophase the nuclear envelope forms Cause the spindle fibers to disappear Once the fibers disappear the nucleus becomes the nuclei Making them two, just like human eyes Meiosis does twice the work Having twice as more Mitosis forms two nuclei Meiosis forms more When you do the math, That gives you four. This isn't where the process ends It just begins again.

Meiosis

Tak Wong

Meiosis has phases Each has different faces They help them divide their cells So they can spread to somewhere else Interphase makes DNA duplicates So the DNA can separate Prophase is the next one Which DNA is form together and become chromosomes Metaphase is next up The chromosomes are lined up Anaphase is the next part That pulls the chromosomes apart Telophase is the next form That is when the DNA are surrounded By the nucleus that was formed Cytokinesis is the last phrase This is when the DNA fades Where it can restore its nutrient So the next cycle runs in a proper way Meiosis then runs the second cycle That is exactly the same cycle Only that DNA does not duplicates in the second run So the cell's genes will not over run Meiosis comes to the end With only one n You need another n For meiosis to run again

Mitosis and Meiosis

Danny Yu

Mitosis is a never-ending process Meiosis is two times of mitosis Except the second time around DNA doesn't copy itself in interphase DNA reproduces itself in interphase DNA condenses in prophase The nucleus disappears And chromosomes appear Chromosomes line themselves up in metaphase Centrioles pull them apart in anaphase Two new nuclei form in telophase A new nucleus appears While spindle fibers disappear Cell divides and form two new cells in cytokinesis And that's the end of mitosis Repeat the procedure above for meiosis Except change the phase of interphase Instead of replication of DNA Two meiotic cells growing is the way Continue with the steps of prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase And cytokinesis To finish off meiosis Sliding and dividing Splitting and fitting Mitosis and meiosis Two lasting processes

  Meiosis

Jasmine Yuan

Have you ever wonder how you got your genetics? Well, you got your genetics form both your parents through a process called Meiosis. First, it goes through interphase: The cell makes a copy of its DNA and the chromosomes start to appear. Then the chromosomes condense through a process called Prophase. Next is metaphase: The centrioles make fibers and line up the chromosomes to the center of the cell. The chromosomes then are pulled and split in halves through the process of Anaphase. In Telophase: The two new cells are split into two as it goes through cytokinesis. At this point, if you have both genetics combined, then you'll be abnormal, So the two new cells need to split into two again through the same process, Except it doesn't make a copy of themselves. It would go through: Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase and Cytokinesis. Now there are four new cells and when tow of them combined, You can work normally.