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Mitosis and cytokinesis differ in that mitosis the process in which a duplicated genome within a cell separates into identical halves, while cytokinesis involves the division of cellular cytoplasm into two daughter cells... More »

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Karyokinesis is the process in which a cell's nucleus is divided by mitosis or meiosis, and cytokinesis is the division of the ctyoplasm in a cell. They are biologically similar processes, with minor differences. More »

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The two main differences in mitosis and meiosis are that meiosis involves only one cell division, not two, and meiosis results in the production of germ cells or cells that produce gametes. In mitosis, one round yields t... More »

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The division of animal cells, or mitosis, involves division of the nucleus and cytokinesis, or division of the cytoplasm. Identical copies of all 23 chromosomes are present in both the original and two daughter cells tha... More »

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Karyokinesis is the process in which a cell's nucleus is divided by mitosis or meiosis, and cytokinesis is the division of the ctyoplasm in a cell. They are biologically similar processes, with minor differences. More »

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Plant cells divide through the process of mitosis, followed by cytokinesis. Mitosis in plant cells is similar to mitosis in animal cells, which occurs in four stages: prophase, metaphase, anaphase and telophase. More »

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The sequence of the cell cycle is G1, S, G2, mitosis and cytokinesis. G1 and G2 are "gap" phases during which the cell grows and prepares for other phases. The S phase is the stage when DNA is copied. Mitosis divides the... More »

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