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Various protozoa can divide several times, producing several daughter cells, by _____.
Protozoa are a diverse group of single-cells eukaryotic organisms
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User: Various protozoa can divide several times, producing several daughter cells, by _____.

Weegy: Protozoa are a diverse group of single-cells eukaryotic organisms
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User: Characteristics of mitosis include _____.

User: During interphase, the DNA in the nucleus of the cell is thin and threadlike and called _____.

Weegy: During interphase, the DNA in the nucleus of the cell is thin and threadlike and called chromatin.




User: _____ preps the cell for mitosis.

Weegy: Mitosis- creates diploid somatic cells.
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User: The M phase consists of different phases or stages. They are _____.

Weegy: stages.
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User: The actual separation or division of the parent cell is called _____.

User: Bob had a cyst removed from his liver. The doctor told him the liver cells would grow back and repair the area. These liver cells will conduct _____ to grow back.

Weegy: Bob had a cyst removed from his liver. The doctor told him the liver cells would grow back and repair the area. These liver cells will conduct mitosis to grow back.



User: meiotises 1 or meioties 2. _____ better mirrors the mitosis process.

Weegy: Meiosis II better mirrors the mitosis process.
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Gametes are normally HAPLOID.

Gametes are produced by a type of cell division called meiosis. They are haploid, meaning that they contain only one set of chromosomes.



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