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Problem: How do the events that occur in interphase prepare the cell for prophase? What "cellular machinery" needs to be in place before prophase?

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Interphase: composed of G1, S, and G2 phase; occurs before mitosis

G1: Cell metabolically active; duplicates organelles and cytosolic components; centrosome replication begins.

S: DNA replication

G2: Cell growth continues; enzymes and other proteins are synthesized; centrosome replication completed.

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How do the events that occur in interphase prepare the cell for prophase? What "cellular machinery" needs to be in place before prophase?

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