The final stage of
mitosis in which the chromosomes migrate to opposite poles, a new nuclear
envelope forms, and the chromosomes uncoil. The last phase of nuclear division
in eukaryotes when the segregated chromosomes uncoil and begin to reform nuclei.
This is immediately followed (in most cases) by cytokinesis.
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