genetics is the end product of mitosis.
Mitosis results in two cells.
The daughter cells resulting from mitosis and cytokinesis will have the same number of chromosomes as the parent cell.
The end product of mitosis is two new identical cells.
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The four daughter cells resulting from meiosis are haploid and genetically distinct. The daughter cells resulting from mitosis are diploid and identical to the parent cell.
Mitosis is simply the cloning of the original cell. So the final product of mitosis is just a clone of the original cell.
The product of mitosis is two genetically identical, diploid cells - that is, each cell has the complete number of chromosomes.
The end product of mitosis are two identical cells.
Mitosis creates two daughter cells
The chromosome number for daughter cells resulting from mitosis is the same as the parent cell.
The outcome of mitosis is two identical nuclei identical to the parent nucleus. Mitosis is usually followed by cyokinesis resulting in two identical cells.
The daughter cells in mitosis are identical and the daughter cells in meiosis are not identical.
NO, A body cell is not a product of meiosis it's the product of mitosis.
Because the original cell splits into 2 cells in mitosis.
the cells produced in mitosis are diploid which is the resulting of two haploid cells to come together and form a whole diploid cell
Mitosis is a process that guarantees genetic continuity, resulting in the production of two new cells with chromosome sets that are identical to those of a parent cell.
Both processes product two new identical daughter cells.
Binucleate (or multinucleate) cells.
because it would have the same chromosomes 46