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What type of cell division is required for sexual reproduction? How does it differ from cell division during asexual reproduction?

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    Meiosis is needed in sexual production

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    if it was mitosis the mother cell will produce 2 identical daughter nuclei which is just like the bother nuclei.

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    thx

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    Significance of meiosis is genetic variation. Non of us are identical. in fact we are totally different . That happens during independent segregation and crossing over during meiosis. In mitosis those don't occur.SO no genetic variation.

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