This happens at the TELOPHASE STAGE. Mitosis is divided into four distinct stages. At the telophase stage, the chromosomal movement stops, then identical set of chromosomes located at opposite poles uncoil and form thread-like chromatin form. New nuclear envelope is then formed around each chromatin mass. Formation of new nucleoli will be observed within nuclei and spindle will deteriorate and disappear.
In which stage of mitosis do the identical sets of chromosomes uncoil and resume their chromatin form?