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    I have a keywords worksheet for the edexcel IGCSE biology inheritance topic, where it gives you the definition of the word and you have to fill in the word.

    There is one I'm stuck on, as the only definition given is 'prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase, cytokinesis', and this is obviously something to do with mitosis, but the key words are in alphabetical order so it comes between 'spindle' and 'variation' alphabetically.

    Any ideas what this word could be?
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    It could be "stages of the cell cycle"? I know this isn't technically one word but it's all I can think of at the moment! I'll keep thinking...
 
 
 
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