Is there a nuclear membrane during interphase?

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Yes, there is a nuclear membrane in interphase. It dissolves in prophase and then reforms in telophase.
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What nuclear structure can be visible during interphase?

actually its nucleolus. The nuclear chromatin, first appearing as long threads that shorten and thicken before splitting lengthwise to become two new nuclei. . NOOOOOOOOOO.

Why does the nuclear membrane disintegrate during mitosis?

the machinary required to sperate the sister chromotids (each set of DNA) is outside the nucleus, and therefore requires access to the DNA. also the nucleus is quite small, so

This nuclear structure may be visible during interphase?

actually its nucleolus The nuclear chromatin, first appearing as long threads that shorten and thicken before splitting lengthwise to become two new nuclei. NOOOOOOOOOO. Tha