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Write the phases of cell cycle.

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The cell cycle consists of interphase and cell dividing phase. Three stages of cell cycle are called G1 phase, S phase and G2 phase. The resting phase or stage between two mitotic divisions is called interphase. There is no division in interphase but the volume of nuclear and cytoplasmic substances increases. G1 phase is post mitotic gap period. S phase is synthetic phase. G2 phase is called premitotic gap phase.

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