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Mitosis (in stages - PMAT - Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase) The cycle of a cells division is the 'Interphase' and the actual mitosis. During the Interphase the cell goes through growth which grows extra organelles, Synthesis which makes new DNA and growth again for more organelles. It then goes through mitosis (PMAT) simply the dividing of chromosomes and splitting of the cell, of course this is far more detailed but I'll keep it short.

Mitosis is for division of nucleus, but for division of the cell itself, the process is called cytokinesis.

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Mitosis, a process of cell division in eukaryotes, results in two new nuclei

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Cytokinesis, which occurs at the end of cell division usually after mitosis or meiosis.

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What is the process in which eukaryotic cells divide called?

interphase


What is the process in which eukaryotic cells divide?

It depends on the type of cell and the situation.Generally, eukaryotic cells divide by meiosisif they are preparing for sexual reproduction and mitosis in other situations.


What cell would use the process of mitosis?

Mitosis occurs in eukaryotic cells. Most animal and fungi cells divide by mitosis; except the gametes.


Is cell division a prokaryotic or eukaryotic cell?

Both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells divide; eukaryotic cells through mitosis, prokaryotic cells through binary fission.


Looking at a cell under a microscope you note that it is a prokarote?

- prokaryotic cells do not have a nucleus and eukaryotic cells do. - prokaryotic cells lack some organelles and eukaryotic cells do not. - prokaryotic cells are not found in humans and eukaryotic cells are. - prokaryotic cells are always unicellular and eukaryotic cells are often multicellular. - prokaryotic cells reproduce/divide by binary fission and eukaryotic cells reproduce/divide by mitosis/meiosis


What process can reproduce haploid eukaryotic cells?

The haploid eukaryotic cells are produced by mitosis in haploid plants and by meiosis in diploid plants.


Chromatids in eukaryotic cells separate during which process?

mitosis


The actual process of cell division in eukaryotic cells is called?

Nuclear division in eukaryotic cells is called mitosis.


What two processes have evolved that enable eukaryotic cells to divide successfully?

Osmosis and Mitosis


Which is the process by which a protein is constructed in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells?

Proteins are one of the four major biomolecules in the body. The process by which a protein is constructed in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells is called protein synthesis.


What is the process dividing a eukaryotic cell to form daughter cells?

mitosis


What types of orgasninms use meiosis to divide?

Diploid,eukaryotic cells undergo meiosis.Four haploid cells are prodced.Diploid cells are made after fertilization.