Chromosomes are extended (i.e., the DNA is uncoiled) throughout interphase, making it difficult to observe them.
During interphase, chromosomes are dispersed within the nucleus. They’re kind of like chromosome spaghetti. The term for these dispersed chromosomes is chromatin. They are not lined up in the way they are during later phases of cell replication.
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