Animation 17.2 Embryonic Cell Cycles

Textbook Reference: The Eukaryotic Cell Cycle, p. 653


Early embryonic cell cycles rapidly divide the cytoplasm of the egg into smaller cells. The cells do not grow during these cycles, which lack G1 and G2 and consist simply of short S phases alternating with M phases.

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