How does the process of binary fission in Amoeba differ from that of Leishmania ?
Asked by ashakumar | 25th Feb, 2011, 08:59: PM
In amoeba, splitting of the cell into two during cell divison can take place in any plane. Leishmania has a whip like structure at one end of the cell, hence binary fission occurs in a definite orientation in relation to this structure.
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Answered by | 25th Feb, 2011, 09:05: PM
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