Interphase represents the phase between two successive M phases. please explain it , i dont understand it a bit by diagram given in ncert

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Interphase involves a series of changes that prepare a cell for division. It is the period during which the cell experiences growth and DNA replication in an orderly manner. It is a phase between two successive M phases. This means that it is a resting stage and occurs after M phase so that the cell can prepare for next cycle of division or next M phase.      

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