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How Cells Divide: Mitosis vs. Meiosis
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Mitosis


Meiosis





Mitosis and cytokinesis are complete.

Prophase II
As in prophase I, the chromosomes condense, spindles form, the centrioles begin to separate, and the nuclear membrane fragments and disperses.

Unlike prophase I, the chromosomes do not attach to the nuclear membrane in order to exchange genetic information.



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