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Each stage of mitosis is characterized by specific events that distinguish it from the other stages.

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is characterized by the lining up of duplicated chromosomes along the equator of the cell. Then, the sister chromatids separate and the non-duplicated chromosomes are pulled by the spindle apparatus toward the cell poles during
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. Finally, chromosome decondensation and reformation of the nuclear envelope around these chromosomes occur during
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.
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