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Telophase cell division. Light micrograph of telophase cell division (mitosis) in sea urchin egg. The cell has almost finished dividing in two. Telophase is the last phase (out of five) in mitosis, and ends when the cell has divided into two identical daughter cells. Mitosis has two functions: division of genetic material between the two potential cells; and the cleaving of the dividing cell in two. Magnification: x250 at 6x7cm size.
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