What structure is visible in interphase that dissolves in prophase?
The nuclear membrane and the nucleolus.
Prophase is one of the stages in the process of mitosis, the stages of mistosis are : 1. Prophase 2. Metaphase 3. Anaphase 4. Telophase. So metaphase, anaphase, and telophase are what happends in mitosis and does not happen in prophase. And what happens in prophase that does not in mitosis is that the sister chromatids that were formed during interphase have shortened and thickened and are now visible with a light microscope.
The first step is interphase( where DNA is duplicated), The next step is Prophase( where chromosomes are visible), next theres Metaphase(where chromosomes gather), After that is Anaphase(where chromatids seperate), and the last steps are Telephase and Cytokinesis(the processes of prophase are revealed). And the cycle continues!