Where are the chromosomes during interphase?

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Feb 7, 2018

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Interphase is considered as the phase of growth or resting phase.

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There are no particular chromosomes in this stage, there is still chromatin in the nucleus which starts to replicate and then is later on condensed to form chromosomes in prophase.

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