EUGENE M. MCCARTHY, PHD GENETICS
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After mitosis, the cell returns to interphase, which recall, is the growth stage of the cell cycle between successive mitoses (interphase is the stage during which DNA synthesis, or replication, occurs).
The division of the cytoplasm, and of the nucleus, are over now and there are two daughter cells. The chromosomes have decondensed once again and are now re-enclosed in an nuclear envelope. Mitosis is now complete.