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What is the DNA in the G1 stage called?

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The DNA in the G1 stage is called diploid eukaryotic, meaning a set of chromosomes currently present in the cell. Cells in the G1 phase pause prior to entering the S phase resulting in a dormancy state known as the G0 phase. For more on information, check out en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G1_phase.

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