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Plz answer my question Differentiate between Karyokinesis and Cytokinesis. Given below are certain functional activities of specific structures in the bodies of living organism. Name the structure responsible for the same. a. Initiate cell division in animal cells. b. Structure that are present in specific sequences of nucleotides on a chromosome. c. The complex structure in which the DNA stand bind around a core of light histone molecules. Inswer the following How many consecutive divisions will take place in producing 16 daughter cells from 1 cell by mitosis cell division. b. How many cells will be produced from 1 cell which divides by three consecutive meiosis division. c. What is the unit term of DNA helix? d. Name three components of nucleotide. e. Write the unit term of chromosome. iiven below are some of the constituents of DNA which are not linked to each

Dear student,
Refer below for above asked query:-
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Cytokinesis

Karyokinesis

(i)

Cytokinesis is the biological process involving the division of a cell’s cytoplasm during mitosis or meiosis.

(i)

Karyokinesis is the biological process involving the division of a cell’s nucleus during mitosis or meiosis.

(ii)

It is divided into four stag es –prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase.

(ii)

Stages such as prophase, metaphase, anaphase , and telophase are not present in karyokinesis.



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