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Icon Library > Cell Types > Mitosis and Meiosis

Mitosis and Meiosis

Visualize cell division with mitosis and meiosis icons, including normal and abnormal icons across all stages of cell production.

a mitotic cell with centrosomes, spindle fiber, and separating chromosomes lagging in anaphase
Abnormal Cell Cycle (lagging anaphase)
a mitotic cell with centrosomes, spindle fiber, and chromosome alignment with merotelic kinetochore attachment
Abnormal Cell Cycle (merotelic)
a mitotic cell in metaphase with centrosomes, spindle fiber, and chromosome misalignment
Abnormal Cell Cycle (misaligned chromosome)
a mitotic cell in metaphase with centrosomes, spindle fiber, and monotelic chromosomal attachment
Abnormal Cell Cycle (monotelic)
a mitotic cell with 3 centrosomes, spindle fiber, and multipolar chromosome alignment
Abnormal Cell Cycle (multipolar)
a mitotic cell in metaphase with centrosomes, spindle fiber, and normal alignment
Abnormal Cell Cycle (normal)
a mitotic cell in metaphase with centrosomes, spindle fiber, and syntelic chromosomal attachment
Abnormal Cell Cycle (syntelic)
a cell in interphase of meiosis, with centrosome, chromatin, and nuclear membrane
Meiosis (01. Interphase)
a cell in prophase I of meiosis, with centrosomes, chromosome, and permeable nuclear membrane
Meiosis (02. Prophase I)
a cell in prometaphase I of meiosis, with polarized centrosomes and spindle fibers
Meiosis (03. Prometaphase I)
a cell in metaphase I with homologue pairs lined up at metaphase plate, spindle fibers, and polarized centrosomes
Meiosis (04. Metaphase I)
a cell in anaphase I of meiosis, with polarized centrosomes, and chromosomes separated to opposite ends
Meiosis (05. Anaphase I)
a cell in telophase I of meiosis, with chromosomes at opposite poles and formation of nuclear membrane
Meiosis (06. Telophase I)
a secondary gametocyte produced after cytokinesis with chromosomes and nuclear membrane
Meiosis (07. Cytokinesis I, A)
a secondary gametocyte produced after cytokinesis with chromosomes and nuclear membrane
Meiosis (07. Cytokinesis I, B)
a cell in prophase II of meiosis, with centrosomes, chromosome, and permeable nuclear membrane
Meiosis (08. Prophase II, A)
a sister cell in prophase II of meiosis, with centrosomes, chromosome, and permeable nuclear membrane
Meiosis (08. Prophase II, B)
a cell in prometaphase II of meiosis, with polarized centrosomes and spindle fibers
Meiosis (09. Prometaphase II, A)
a sister cell in prometaphase II of meiosis, with polarized centrosomes and spindle fibers
Meiosis (09. Prometaphase II, B)
a cell in metaphase II of meiosis, with polarized centrosomes, and aligned chromosomes
Meiosis (10. Metaphase II, A)
a sister cell in metaphase II of meiosis, with polarized centrosomes, and aligned chromosomes
Meiosis (10. Metaphase II, B)
a cell in anaphase II of meiosis, with polarized centrosomes, and separating chromatids
Meiosis (11. Anaphase II, A)
a sister cell in anaphase II of meiosis, with polarized centrosomes and separating chromatids
Meiosis (11. Anaphase II, B)
a cell in telophase II of meiosis, with formation of nuclear membrane and cytokinesis
Meiosis (12. Telophase II, A)
a sister cell in telophase II of meiosis, with formation of nuclear membrane and cytokinesis
Meiosis (12. Telophase II, B)
a gamete produced after cytokinesis with chromosomes and nuclear membrane
Meiosis (13. Cytokinesis II, A)
a sister gamete I produced after cytokinesis with chromosomes and nuclear membrane
Meiosis (13. Cytokinesis II, B)
a sister gamete II produced after cytokinesis with chromosomes and nuclear membrane
Meiosis (13. Cytokinesis II, C)
a sister gamete III produced after cytokinesis with chromosomes and nuclear membrane
Meiosis (13. Cytokinesis II, D)
a round oocyte with haploid chromatin and nuclear membrane
Meiosis (14. Oocyte)
a round ovum, or egg cell, with haploid chromatin, nuclear membrane, and enlarged cell size
Meiosis (14. Ovum)
a round polar body cell with haploid chromatin, and nuclear membrane
Meiosis (14. Polar body)
a mature spermatozoon with a flagellum, acrosome, and haploid chromatin
Meiosis (14. Sperm)
a diploid in G0 phase of mitosis with chromatin in nucleus and centrosome
Mitosis (1. Interphase, i. start)
a diploid cell in G1 phase with a centrosome and chromatin in nucleus
Mitosis (1. Interphase, ii. G1)
a diploid cell in S phase with replicated chromatin and two centrosomes
Mitosis (1. Interphase, iii. S)
a diploid cell in G2 phase with replicated chromatin, two centrosomes, and increased size
Mitosis (1. Interphase, iv. G2)
a mitotic cell in prophase with condensed chromosomes and degrading nuclear membrane
Mitosis (2. Prophase)
a mitotic cell in prometaphase with kinetochores of chromatids on spindle fiber
Mitosis (3. Prometaphase)
a mitotic cell in metaphase with sister chromatids aligned on metaphase plate
Mitosis (4. Metaphase)
a mitotic cell in anaphase with sister chromatids separating towards centrosomes
Mitosis (5. Anaphase)
a mitotic cell in telophase with nuclear membrane formation and chromosomes decondensing
Mitosis (7. Telophase)
a diploid daughter cell resulting from mitosis
Mitosis (8. Cytokinesis, A)
a diploid sister cell resulting from mitosis
Mitosis (8. Cytokinesis, B)
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