What is the period of cell growth and development between mitotic divisions?
This is called interphase. It includes three parts:
G 1: post-mitotic phase
S : DNA replication phase
G 2: pre-mitotic phase .the answer is INTERPHASEInterphase !interphase baby
When a single cell undergoes many mitotic divisions in the nucleus producing many daughter cells it has conducted?
The period between cell divisions is called interphase. It is divided into three stages. First is a growth stage (G1), during which the synthesis of proteins and other necessary molecules takes place and the cell becomes larger. At about mid-interphase the cell replicates its nuclear DNA (S phase; the letter stands for "synthesis"). Finally there is a second growth stage (G2).