What happens in Mitosis Prophase.
Mitosis Prophase is a Chromatin in the nuclear that considers to form Chromosomes. The pairs of Centrioles move to the opposite sides of the nucleus.
If you ask me what Chromosome is. Well Chromosome is a number or a structure that can change disorders, genes of DNA, and they can also change some genetic disorders. Chromatin also has DNA and genetic disorders.
In this picture you can see that the nucleus dissapears and that Chromatian can consider in chromosomes. The nucleus disapears because the first gap around the circle can push it out and that is when the nucleus disapears.
When Chromatian is in the nucleus it starts to consider and become visible in a microscope as Chromosomes. Nucleus disappears, Centriols move in opposite ends of the fibers and the cells. Then it will probably expand from Centromeres.