How can you describe interphase?

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The purpose of interphase is to prepare cells to get ready for either Mitosis or Meiosis. In this phase, the cells prepare for division, copies its DNA and obtains nutrients. When learning how to describe interphase, it is common to think that interphase is the first step of mitosis. This is incorrect as interphase happens before the first stage of mitosis.
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Interphase is the phase of the cell cycle in which the cell spends
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First, you need to know that interphase is when the cell isn't dividing. It's just sitting there replicating DNA, making more organelles, and developing so it can go through mitosis
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uncoiled dna. chromatin.
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Because resting itself is a phase. Interphase is the moment between two phases. in other words it is transgression.
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