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There are two daughter cells left after the process of mitosis.

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Q: How many daughter cells are produced when a cell goes through mitosis?
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What is the number of daughter cells produced during mitosis?

Two daughter cells are produced during mitosis.


Daughter cells produced when cells undergo mitosis are genetically?

The daughter cells produced by mitosis and cytokinesis are genetically identical.


How many daughter cells are produced in mitosis and meiosis?

In mitosis two daughter cells are produced from a single cell and in case of meiosis four daughter cells are produced from a single cell.


What are Identical daughter cells created through?

Mitosis is the cell division process in which two identical daughter cells are produced.


What are cells produced by mitosis called?

daughter cells


What cells are produced during mitosis?

Cells produced during mitosis are commonly called daughter cells. These two daughter cells are identical to the parent cell.


How many daughter cells are produced at the end of mitosis?

Mitosis produces 2 identical daughter cells.


Are daughter cells produced by mitosis different or identical?

Daughter cells produced by mitosis are genetically identical to the parents cell, essentially clones.


Hoe does the daughter cells in meiosis differ from the daughter cells in mitosis?

the # of daughter cells produced in meiosis are 4 and the ones in mitosis are 2


Why can't mitosis produce daughter cells?

Daughter cells are produced in both meiosis and mitosis. The difference is daughter cells are 2N in mitosis and ultimately 1N in meiosis.


How do the daughter cells relate to the parent cells in mitosis?

The two daughter cells produced by mitosis are genetically identical to the parent cell.


How many daughter cells are produced from mitosis and what do they have in common?

There are 2 daughter cells produced from mitosis which comes from the parent cell; what they have in common are that they are formed into completely identical cells.

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