A CELL DIVIDES MIOTOTICALLY INTO TWO HAVING CHROMOSOMES 2N=14. EACH CELL FORMED MIOTOTICALLY ALSO CONSISTS AN EXACT OF 2N=14 CHROMOSOMES. EXPLAIN HOW THIS IS POSSIBLE.

Asked by  | 18th Feb, 2012, 06:20: PM

Expert Answer:

In mitotic division, there is no change in the number of chromosomes of parent and offspring. During mitosis itself, the chromosomes duplicate, so that each daughter cell contains the same number of chromosomes as the parent cell.

Answered by  | 19th Feb, 2012, 07:23: AM

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