Which Stage of the Cell Cycle Lasts Longest?

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G1 is considered to be the longest stage of the Cell Cycle. This is because cell division in mitosis is followed by G1. G1 takes about 10 hours from the total 24 hours of the Cell Cycle.
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cells have two phases that they go throug, called interphase, and the m phase. a cell spends 90% of its life in interphase, the three phases G1 of growth 1 S or synthesis, copying
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