Cell Cycle

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The cell cycle is the repititious process during which cells grow and divide. It consists of

The cell cycle stops at several checkpoints and can only proceed if certain conditions are met, for example, if the cell has reached a certain diameter. Some cells, like neurons, that will never divide again are locked in a G0 phase.