What changes in the cell nucleus occur during interphase?

Interphase  is a part of the cell cycles between two divisions. In cells that have lost the ability to divide, the interphase is considered to be the period of the last division until their death. During the interphase period, the cell functions actively; metabolic processes are intensively taking place in it, including preparation for division.
The interphase consists of several phases:
• presynthetic: the cell grows, the active synthesis of RNA and proteins occurs in it, the number of organoids increases; in addition, there is a preparation for DNA doubling (nucleotide accumulation)
• synthetic: there is a doubling (replication, reduction) of DNA
• postsynthetic: the cell prepares for division, synthesizes the substances necessary for division, for example, proteins of the division spindle.

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