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Interphase - movement and a salivary gland cell will...

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Interphase The interphase stage of the cell cycle includes three distinctive parts:  the G 1  phase, the S phase, and the G 2  phase.  The  G1 phase  follows mitosis and is the period in which the cell is  synthesizing its structural proteins and enzymes to perform its  functions.  For example, a pancreas cell in the G 1  phase will produce and secrete  insulin, a muscle cell will undergo the contractions that permit 
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Unformatted text preview: movement, and a salivary gland cell will secrete salivary enzymes to assist digestion. During the G 1 phase, each chromosome consists of a single molecule of DNA and its associated histone protein. In human cells, there are 46 chromosomes per cell (except in sex cells with 23 chromosomes and red blood cells with no nucleus and hence no chromosomes)....
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