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Cytokinesis is accomplished in animal cells by a narrowing cleavage furrow that pulls inward and eventually splits the cell, while plant cells divide through the formation of a new cell wall that grows outward from the c... More »

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Cytokinesis in animal cells involves creating a contractile ring that pinches inwards, eventually splitting the cell in half. Cytokinesis begins in the anaphase (beginning of nuclear division) and continues until telopha... More »

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Cytokinesis is the process by which two cells split after cell division, or mitosis. The process is different between animal and plant cells. Mitosis is the process of nuclear division. More »

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