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ricksten

  • one year ago

mitosis results in two cells, whereas meiosis resultis in one cell, is this true?

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  1. PlantMan
    • one year ago
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    Division as Mitosis results in 2 identical daughter cells, while Meiosis results in genetically different cell. You are correct, it is true.

  2. DrAmaQueen
    • one year ago
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    I beg to differ, mitosis results in two genetical identical daughter cells while meiosis results in four daughter cells(bearing in mind that meiosis has 2 phases) each with different genetic make up. Meiosis and mitosis are both forms of cell division/reproduction so they will give rise to more than one cell..

  3. PlantMan
    • one year ago
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    You may very well be correct. I read off of Wikipedia, and didn't bother reading through... XD

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