There are two key differences.
1) In animal cells, there are centrioles that pull on the spindle fibers at the left and right poles of the cell during metaphase. Centrioles do not exist in plant cells.
2) When a cell ends telophase and reenters into interphase, plant and animal cells vary. Plant cells form a plate or wall in the center of it's cytoplasm to divide and eventually break apart the cell into two. Animal cells squeeze inward until they pinch apart into two.
The only difference between vegetal (onion) cells and animal (roundworm) is not quite in mitosis, but in citokinese (not a mitosis phase since mitosis refers to nucleus division). Vegetal cells have a thick wall rounding the cell which needs different means to split than the membrane in animal cells
every thing is the same in mitosis. but there is a difference and that is in cytokinesis. In animal cells a protein (middle belt) tightens membrane and causes division. In plant cells vesicles are produced from Golgi and come in the middle and divide the cells.
Mitosis occurs in "normal" cells and meiosis in germ cells.
Centrioles are clearly visible in animal cells during mitosis where as in plants they do not.
there is no difference
Yes - both plant and animal cells undergo mitosis.
presence of centrioles
Meiosis is essential for sexual reproduction Mitosis occurs exclusively in eukaryotic cells
Telophase in plant cells is different from that of animal cells. During telophase in an animal cell, the cell pinches to divide in two. In a plant cell, however, since their cell wall is stiff and difficult to manipulate, a cell plate forms in the middle of the cell which further separates the two cells.Hope this helped
Cells after mitosis have equal numbers,cells after meiosis have the half
There are two types of cell division-mitosismeiosisThe difference in between them is that mitosis takes place in vegetative cells while meiosis in reproductive cells.
meiosis occurs in the gamete or sex cells whereas mitosis occurs in the body cells meiosis produces 4 daughter cells whereas mitosis only produces 2
Plant cells have a cell wall, animal cells do not.
There is no difference, mitosis is the division of cells for the repair of damages areas, or growth, meiosis is different in male and females, mitosis isnt. Sources: An A in biology class
Animal cells use centrioles to create a spindle f9r mitosis and animal cells just use microfillaments and microtubles. Animal cells use just mitochondria to create energy while plant cells use a combination of mitochondrion and chloroplasts. A third difference is that animal cells don't have a cell wall.
The main difference between animal and plant cells are a lack of a cell wall in animal cells.
Mitosis occurs in Multicellular Organisms (Plant & Animal Cells).
Mitosis takes place in the cytoplasm of an animal cell.
Mitosis reproduces somatic cells, meiosis reproduces sex cells. Mitosis- Cell division involving body cells. Divides once. Meiosis- Cell division involving sex cells. Divides twice.
cell division includes mitosis and meiosis. Mitosis is with one parent cell and meiosis is with 2 parent cells.
A plant cell, during mitosis, has no centriole, so in the second phase [metaphase], spindle fibers do not connect to the [missing] centriole that move in opposite directions in animal cell mitosis. Also, instead of having a cleavage, like in animal cell mitosis, a cell plate forms. Animal cells do not have centrioles so the spindle fibers do not connect to centrioles and move to opposite poles, spindle fibers are instead formed by microtubules. Additionally, in the telophase in plant cells, the cytoplasm does not narrow or compress, a cell plate is instead formed in the centre of the cell and this divides it into two daughter cells.