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    hey guys
    i was just wondering what the differences were for mitosis vs binary fission, do far i have got:

    Mitosis:
    -involves chromosomes, chromatids, centrioles and spindle fibres
    -Has four main stages (G1, S, G2 and cytokinesis)
    -Involes the formation of a nuclear envelope
    -Invloves membrane bound organlles
    -Occurs in eukaryotes
    -Involves copying DNA from a nucleus

    Binary Fission:
    -Faster process than mitosis
    -no chromosomes, centrioles or spindle fibres
    -3 main stages
    -involves non membrane bound organlles
    -no nuclear envelope
    -involves copying DNA from plasmids
    -occurs in prokaryotes

    i was just wondering if there are any other differences and if the differences i have state are correct. thanks help much appreciated
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    Looks fine to me but I'll double check after I've finished my politics essay!
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    Looks fine to me but I'll double check after I've finished my politics essay!
    thanks mate, i'm not very sure on this topic (we are sort of self teching it) so i wanted to double check
    good luck with ur essay
 
 
 
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