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Interphase involves a series of changes that prepare a cell for division. It is the period during which the cell experiences growth and DNA replication in an orderly manner. Interphase is divided into three phases.
 G1 phase
 S phase
 G2 phase
G1 phase – It is the stage during which the cell grows and prepares its DNA for replication. In this phase, the cell is metabolically active.
S phase – It is the stage during which DNA synthesis occurs. In this phase, the amount of DNA (per cell) doubles, but the chromosome number remains the same.
G2 phase – In this phase, the cell continues to grow and prepares itself for division.
The proteins and RNA required for mitosis are synthesised during this stage.

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