- Mitosis occurs continuously inside the body or somatic cells.
- The nucleus divides only once.
- They follow the asexual mode of reproduction that is found in somatic cells.
- It occurs more frequently.
- It is always an equational division.
- Daughter cells have a diploid number (2N) of chromosomes like their parent plant.
- The whole process complete in one sequence or phase after one round of DNA replication.
- No crossing over or chiasmata formation takes place in the chromosome.
- There is no exchange of genetic material between the homologous chromosome.
- It has some sub-phase for different functions regarding cell division.
-They contain 23 pairs of chromosome i.e., 46 chromosomes (n).
-Chromosome doubled to 92 and then the nucleus dissolves and microtubules attach to the nucleus(2n).
-Chromosome aligns in the middle of the cell or the equator.
-Separated chromosome pulled apart from the center after being attached to centromere with the help of spindle fiber.
-Microtubules disappear and cell division begins.
-The daughter cells are formed with 46 each chromosome, equal to the parent cell.
- There is only one prophase, one metaphase, one anaphase, and one telophase.
- Two identical daughter cells are formed.
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