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Didn't you just ask this? Also, this is the math-subform, not biology.
Meiosis produces gametes
End of mitosis produces diploid number of chromosomes, meiosis, haploid
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=mitosis+vs+meiosis Hope it helps :)
what do you already know about mitosis and meiosis?
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wait so what mitosis
Mitosis is simple cell division, ending up with two identical cells, each with both pairs of every gene. Is that correct?
yeah you are so far correct
ok so now what meiosis?
i'd highlight 'genetically identical'
or is it .. Mitosis is the process by which cells split to make identical cells.
one of the very important differences between mitosis and meiosis is genetically identical or nonidentical cells as a result of the division process
is this a better way to explain it? Mitosis is the process by which cells split to make identical cells.
pretty much yeah if thats enough for you to say
now whats meiosis
did you try searching yet?
let me see
before asking, its better to try searching and reading stuff, if still unclear - you can ask and at least you will have at least some information regarding what you are asking from your own searching :) which helps you and us, people that are/will be helping you :D
meiosis is a process of cell division that divides a parent cell to create four new cells.
thats insufficient but it is one of the differences between mitosis and meiosis
ok :) thank you for all of your help.... can you tell me just one similarity between the two
hmm there is a very important similarity how does cell division start? in general.
what happens before division
actually nevermind i dont need that one anymore.. thank you :) <3
okay then no problem :)
please keep helping with other questions i post... i will tag you and please come <3