amoeba multipliesby mitotic cell division.is this phenomenon growth or reproduction?explain

Though  it is commonly a type of cell division, it is considered reproduction in Amoeba because it is a unicellular organism. At the end of the cell division, two cells are formed which further mature and divide. This way, the population of this unicellular organism increases. So, it is a form of reproduction and the cells so formed are called daughter cells.

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Amoeba's mitotic cell division is phenomenon to growth and reproduction. This is because amoeba reproduces through mitosis which means that the cell grows before division. Once the cell divides, the nucleus is split so as to enable the cell to survive.

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