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While in interphase cells do many things such as carrying out bodily functions. There are three different stages in interphase G1, S, and G2
During the S phase cells copy the DNA then the cell will collect nutrients that it needs to divide.
Mitosis has 4 stages those stages are Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, and Telophase. Each of those stages take place during mitosis
During Prophase the nucleus disappears and then the copied DNA appears.
In metaphase chromosomes line up straight down the middle of the cell and they come connected to a spindle of fibers that is used to cut/split DNA.
In anaphase the DNA that was copied gets ripped in half by spindle fibers and centrioles.
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