Mitotic cell cycle

Mitotic cell cycle:

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Figure:  Eukaryotic cell cycle

It is symbolized by DNA duplication followed by nuclear division (Karyokinesis) that in turn is followed by cytokinesis. Mitotic cell division was first explained by W. Flemming in 1882. In the similar year, mitosis in plants was explained by Strasburger.

In plants, the active mitotic cell division occurs in shoot and root apices. In higher animals mitotic cell division is stated to be diffused, and distributed all over the body.

Mitotic cell cycle comprises of long interphase (that is sub divided into G1, S and G2 stages), a short M phase (or mitotic phase, subdivided into prophase, metaphase, anaphase and telophase) and cytokinesis. The duration of interphase and M-phase differs in various cells.

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