anonymous
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How are mitosis and meiosis different from each other? A. Mitosis produces sperm and egg cells and meiosis produces cells for the organism to grow and repair itself. B. Mitosis produces four daughter cells and meiosis produces two daughter cells. C. Mitosis produces four different cells and meiosis produces identical cells. D. Meiosis produces gametes and mitosis produces cells for the organism to grow and repair itself.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
D
anonymous
  • anonymous
It is D because meiosis is sex cell replication
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes they are correct :)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks you guys i didnt know cause that stuff is weird
anonymous
  • anonymous
Remember meiosis by the e in the word, the e represents s"e"x whereas mitosis has no e
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oh thank you

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