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28 March, 10:40

Are the genes in the daughter cells produced by mitosis the same as or different from the genes in the original cell? Explain how this happens.

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  1. 28 March, 10:49
    They will be the same, because in mitosis the chromosomes are replicated exactly. In short, the chromosomes become short and thick, are then pulled apart, so you end up with two pairs of chromosomes, then cytokinesis splits the cytoplasm in to two separate ones, creating the daughter cells
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