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How Are Binary Fission and Mitosis Similar?

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Binary fission and mitosis have several common features. They are similar because they are both forms of asexual reproduction. Both also divide to make two daughter cells out of the parent cell. Another way that binary fission and mitosis is that both involve the recombination and separation of genetic material from two parent cells. In binary fission and mitosis replication of DNA occurs. Segregation of the original and replica then follow. The process is then ended by cytokinesis.
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