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The cell cycle represents the coordinated sequence of events in the life of a cell from its formation to its division into two daughter cells.

The cell cycle represents the coordinated sequence of events in the life of a cell from its formation to its division into two daughter cells. Most of the key events of the cell cycle are restricted to a specific time within the cycle.

In this exercise, you will identify when various events occur during the cell cycle. Recall that interphase consists of the G1, S, and G2 subphases, and that the M phase consists of mitosis and cytokinesis.

Drag each label to the appropriate target.

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a - non-dividing cells exit cell cycle

b - at this point, cell commits to go through cycle

c - DNA replicates

d - Centrosome replicates

e - Mitotic spindle begins to form

f - cell divides, forming two daughter cells

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