During which phase of mitosis do the nuclear envelope and nucleoli disappear?

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During which phase of mitosis do the nuclear envelope and nucleoli disappear?

Purpose of Mitosis:

Mitosis creates new, identical cells from one parent cell. Mitosis is important for repairing multicellular organisms and for creating the new cells needed for periods of growth.

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During prophase in mitosis is when the nuclear envelope and nucleoli dissolve. Mitosis has several phases and the first phase is called prophase. ...

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Stages of Mitosis. Learn about the steps of mitosis, including what occurs in the cell at each stage and the main differences between mitosis and meiosis.


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