CELL REPRODUCTION.......HOW OUR CELLS.......HELP US TO GROW.

A CELL...IN THE PRE-GROWTH
NUCLEO'LUS PHASE
IN THE NUCLEUS OF OUR CELLS,
THERE IS A SMALL DENSE MASS,
CALLED THE NUCLEOLUS, THAT FLOATS,
IN THE GELATINOUS, RIBOSE SUGARS,
THAT SURROUND IT,IN THE NUCLEAR PLASM.
THE DENSE, SMALL NUCLEOLUS,
IS MADE OF INTER-TWINED FIBRYLS OF,
STACKS OF PLATEFORM,NUCLEIC ACIDS.
CALLED GENE FIBRYLS,THAT CONTAIN THE CODE
FOR EACH ONE OF THE PROTEIN PEPTIDES,THAT,
WERE USED,TO CREATE,THAT SPECIFIC CELL.















A CELL....IN THE BEGINNING
NUCLEO'SIDE PHASE
iF WE NEED TO GROW CELL TISSUE, OUR FORNIX
SENDS A MESSAGE, TO THE TWO CENTRIOLES IN,
A NUTRIFIED CELL,IN THAT TYPE OF CELL TISSUE.  
THE CENTRIOLES OF THE CELL,
THEN, COME TOGETHER AND SIGNAL,
THE NUCLEIC ACIDS,IN THE CELL NUCLEOLUS,
TO JOIN, WITH THE RIBOSE SUGARS,
THAT SURROUND,THE NUCLEOLUS..  
THE RIBOSE SUGARS, THEN, BOND TO THE SIDES,
OF EACH, OF THE PLATE LIKE NUCLEIC ACIDS,
IN THE NUCLEOLUS, MAKING THEM, NUCLEO-SIDES



 

THE NUCLEO'TIDE PHASE
THE EXPANDING MASS OF NUCLEOSIDES,
FILLS, THE PASTE-LIKE MASS OF FOSFATES,
WHICH SURROUND THEM, IN THE NUCLEUS.
THE FOSFATES, BOND INTO,THE RIBOSE SUGARS,
THAT TIE, THE NUCLEIC ACIDS, TOGETHER,
ON THEIR SIDES, TO MAKE THEM, NUCLEO-TIDES.
THEN, THE TWO CENTRIOLES, EACH BEGIN,
TO MAKE A NEW, SMALL CENTRIOLE,

















THE CHROMATIN PHASE
SHORT, THIN SPINDLE FIBRES MADE OF,
THE ACIDIC, SIGMA 6 ESSENTIAL LIPIDS,
RYOSENE.ALN, TRIOLENE.DLA and VALENE.VLA
BEGIN TO FORM, NEAR EACH CENTRIOLE,
AS THEY MOVE APART,FROM EACH OTHER.
GENE FIBRYLS, MADE OF 20-50 NUCLEOTIDES
THEN, JOIN TOGETHER, INTO LONGER STRANDS
OF GENE FIBRYLS, CALLED CHROMATIN.


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CHROMOSOME PHASE
PAIRS OF LONG STRANDS OF CHROMATIN,             
BEGIN TO WIND TOGETHER, INTO, CHROMATIDS.
THEN THE CHROMATIDS, DUPLICATE THEMSELVES,
AND JOIN TOGETHER IN THE MIDDLE, TO FORM,
46 HELICAL,COILED PAIRED CHROMATIDS
CALLED PAIRED CHROMOSOMES.
THE MEMBRANE OF THE NUCLEUS,DISSOLVES,
INTO THE CELL'S CYTOPLASM AND REFORMS AS,
CELL ECTOPLASM, NEAR TO,THE CELL MEMBRANE















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CENTERING PHASE
      THE GOLGI ISLES OF LIPID STORAGE,
      SEND MORE LIPIDS,TO THE CENTRIOLES,
      TO MAKE, MORE LONG SPINDLE FIBRES.
      THE SPINDLE FIBRES THEN PUSH,
      ALL 46 PAIRED CHROMOSOMES,
      INTO THE CENTER OF THE CELL.



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THE CHROMATID PHASE
  THEN, SMALL, TRANSFER RIBOSOMES,
  SEPARATE THE PAIRED CHROMOSOMES,
  INTO TWO, SINGLE CHROMATID-CHROMOSOMES.
  THE SMOOTH SURFACED RETICULUM,
  THEN REFORM, AS TWO MASSES OF ENDO-PLASM,
  THE LONG TUBULAR MITO'CONDRIA,BREAK INTO,
  SMALL CRISTAE-DNA STORAGE UNIT SECTIONS,
  THAT THEN,PUSH, EACH OF THOSE CHROMATIDS,
  INTO A DIFFERENT MASS OF THE ENDOPLASM,
  TO CREATE, TWO EQUAL GROUPS OF CHROMATIDS.


















THE TWO NUCLEI PHASE
  THE SMALL, HELPER ORGANELES,
  REFORM INTO, LARGER CELL ORGANELES
  THAT THEN, MOVE TO OPPOSITE ENDS OF THE CELL.
  THE TWO MASSES OF ENDOPLASM and CHROMATIDS,
  MOVE APART, TOWARD OPPOSITE CENTRIOLES.
  THE PORES OF THE CELL MEMBRANE OPEN,
  TO HELP THE CELL, ABSORB RIBOSE SUGARS,
  FROM INTER-CELLULAR FLUIDS, AROUND THE CELL.
  THE CELL CYTOPLASM EXPANDS,
  AND THE CELL MEMBRANE BEGINS TO DIVIDE IN TWO


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THE CELL DIVIDING PHASE


A NUCLEAR MEMBRANE, THEN FORMS AROUND
EACH OF THE GROUPS OF 46 CHROMATID-CHROMOSOMES,
THE PARENT CELL BEGINS, TO DIVIDE INTO 2 CELLS,
HALF OF THE ORGANELES OF THE CELL,  
MOVE NEAR TO THE TWO CENTRIOLES,
AT THE OPPOSITE ENDS OF THE DIVIDING CELL.



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EACH OF THE "CHILD" CELLS....THEN...BECOME DIFFERENT...( DIFFERENTIATE )
ONE BECOMES A RE-GROWTH,STEM CELL.THE OTHER,AN ORGAN TISSUE CELL

THE RE-GROWTH STEM CELL
RE-STRUCTURING PHASE
THE RE-GROWTH CELL'S ORGANELES,
BEGIN TO ENCIRCLE, THE NUCLEUS.
THE SPINDLE FIBRES,BEGIN TO BE RE-ABSORBED,
BY THE ISLANDS OF LIPID STORAGE and SYNTHESIS,
IN THE ISLES OF GOLGI OF THE GOLGI APPARATUS.
THE CENTRIOLES, MOVE CLOSER, TO THE NUCLEUS.


THE DIFFERENTIATING CELL
INITIAL PHASE
  SMALL ORGANELES, THAT WILL HELP, TO MAKE,
  THE SPECIAL CELL TISSUE,SECRETORY ORGANELES
  and ITS HORMONES,ENZYMES AND ANTI-BODYS,
  THAT ARE RELATED,TO THE FUTURE,,
  FUNCTIONS  OF THAT ORGAN TISSUE CELL,
  SOON APPEAR,NEAR TO ITS CENTRIOLES.   















 

THE RE-GROWTH STEM CELL'S
ORGANEL FORMING PHASE
   WITH THE HELP  OF THE CHROMOSOMES,
   IN THE NUCLEUS OF THE CHILD CELL,
   AND THE RNA,DNA and RIBOSOMES,
   MANY SMALL RETICULUM AND ORGANELES
   REFORM AROUND THE NUCLEUS

THE DIFFERENTIATED CELL
ORGANEL FORMING PHASE
   WITH THE HELP OF THE CHROMOSOMES,
   IN THE NUCLEUS OF THE CHILD CELL,
   AND THE RNA,DNA and RIBOSOMES,
   MANY LARGER, RADIATING RETICULUM,
   AND PROTEIN STORING ORGANELES,
   FORM AROUND THE NUCLEUS.


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THE COMPLETION PHASE OF CELL DIFFERENTIATION

THE CELL,THAT IS TO FUNCTION,
AS AN ORGAN TISSUE CELL, THEN,
MAKES THE SPECIAL CELL TISSUE,
and ORGANELES,THAT IT WILL USE,
FOR THE REST OF ITS LIFE.
THE REALISTC DRAWING, RIGHT,
SHOWS HOW, AN EAR HAIR CELL,
NESTLED, IN A NERVE CELL,
HAS DIFFERENTIATED ITSELF,
FROM THE SIMPLER, ROUND,
CHILD CELL,THAT IT, ONCE WAS.
THE LIPID SECRETING VESICLES
and LONG SENSORY TUBULES,
THAT, THE CHILD CELL GREW,
TO BE A FUNCTIONAL EAR CELL,
ARE EACH, SHOWN LEFT.
A SIMILAR PROCESS OF GROWTH,
AND DIFFERENTIATION, IS USED,
IN THE CREATION, OF ALL OUR,
MORE THAN 2,000 TOTALLY,
DIFFERENT, TYPES OF CELLS.
AN EAR CONCHILA, HAIR CELL
THAT LISTENS TO MUSIC FOR US











 
THE RE-GROWTH STEM CELL...COMPLETION and DORMANCY PHASE
THE DORMANT,RE-GROWTH STEM CELL
ONCE THE GROWING STEM CELL,
HAS REBUILT ALL ITS ORGANELES...
THE 46 CHROMATIDS, IN ITS NUCLEUS,
REFORM, INTO SHORT STRANDS OF CHROMATIN
THEN, AS THE NUCLEIC ACIDS, IN THAT CHROMATIN,
SEPARATE FROM,THE STRANDS OF RIBOSE SUGARS
AND FOSFATES,THAT SURROUND,THE NUCLEOTIDES.
SMALL GENE FIBRYLS, BEGIN TO APPEAR,
WITHIN THE MASS,OF THE DIMINISHING CHROMATIN.
THEN, THOSE RIBOSE SUGARS, BEGIN TO ENCIRCLE,
THE GROWING MASS OF GENE FIBRYLS,
AS THEY CONDENSE, INTO A NEW NUCLEOLUS,
INSIDE THE GROWTH CELLS NUCLEUS. .
STEM CELL REPRODUCTION PHASES
PLEASE NOTE  THE WORDS,  INTERPHASE,  PROPHASE,  METAPHASE  AND  ANAPHASE  
ARE NOT USED TO DESCRIBE, THE VARIOUS PHASES OF HUMAN CELL REPRODUCTION,
BECAUSE,THEY ONLY RELATE TO, THE REPRODUCTION OF THE SOFT CELLED HAMSTERS,
THAT WATSON and CRICK,USED DURING,THEIR EARLY GENETIC RESEARCH, IN THE 1950's.
FRANCIS CRICK DEVELOPED THE NEW IMPROVED NAMES,FOR THE SPECIFIC PHASES OF,
REPRODUCTION OF OUR RE-GROWTH,STEM CELLS and THE TISSUE CELLS, DISCOVERED,
BY NOBEL LAUREATES, SANGER and WILKINS, DURING THE SECOND GENOME PROJECT.