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OpenStudy (anonymous):

If a regular cell went through Mitosis two times, what phase gets skipped?

OpenStudy (blues):

There are two basic phases in the cell cycle: mitosis (when the cell divides) and interphase (when it grows, does whatever it does in the body, synthesises new DNA and prepares to divide). So if the cell went through two successive mitoses (which, as an aisde, is impossible because it can't divide until it has replicated its DNA), which of the two phases would it skip?

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