Dildarul Karim , asked a question
Subject: Science , asked on 20/4/15

How does binary fission differ from multiple fission?

Hunney Jain , added an answer, on 23/10/11
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in binary fission, the parent cell divides to give rise to two daughter cells(binary=two). e.g. in amoeba.

in multiple fission, the parent cell divides into many daughter cells. it leads to greater chances of survival! beneficial for the specie.


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