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The Cell Cycle
The cell cycle mostly consists of a stage called Interphase. This is a stage of immense
chemical activity, though no nuclear division takes place. It consists of 3 stages:

G1 ­ This is where proteins are been synthesised

S1 ­ The `synthesis' stage. This is where DNA…

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But during these stages, there's not actually a full division of the cells. This is a separate
stage called cytokinesis and this is when the cells actually separate from each other.





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