Basics of the Cell Cycle
The cell cycle is the process of making new cells. It is composed of multiple phases and occurs within milliseconds. The cell cycle is vital to the creation of cells to help with the body’s functions and keep it alive.
The cell cycle is composed of the following phases:
* Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, and Telophase are a part of mitosis
The Beginning Phase
End of cycle
How to make a nucleic acid monomer
Complementary base pairs
Guanine pairs with Cytosine and Adenine pairs with Thymine.
There should be the same number of cytosine as there is guanine and the same number of adenine as there is thymine.
For example: 12C=12G and 5A=5T
DNA Replication Process
Steps for DNA Replication