The stage of a cell between two successive mitotic or meiotic divisions.(noun)
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Use "interphase" in a sentence
"Interphase - Between mitotic divisions, a normal resting or actively growing cell exists in a state known as interphase, in which the chromatin forms a highly diffuse, fibrous network that is being continuously transcribed by enzymes within the nucleus (Figure 1 (a))."
"Mitosis Non-mitosis stages are called interphase"
"(A) Asynchronous U2OS cells were untreated ( "interphase") or treated with nocodazole"