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Q: Select all that apply. How does mitosis in animal cells differ from mitosis in higher plant cells? Plant cells maintain chromosomal integrity throughout the process. Plant cells divide by means
of a cell plate. Animal cells undergo furrowing. Animal cells produce four daughter cells
A: Plant cells divide by means of a cell plate. and Animal cells undergo furrowing are the answer to your question.
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User: Select all that apply. How does mitosis in animal cells differ from mitosis in higher plant cells? Plant cells maintain chromosomal integrity throughout the process. Plant cells divide by means of a cell plate. Animal cells undergo furrowing. Animal cells produce four daughter cells

Weegy: Plant cells divide by means of a cell plate. and Animal cells undergo furrowing are the answer to your question.
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User: Damaged cells of an organism are usually renewedrebuiltreplacedrepaired by mitosis.

User: The spindle apparatus of animal cells centers on a cell structure called the _____. chromatid centromere centriole mitochondria Question #4MultipleChoice Score: The cell plate is formed during _____. metaphaseprophasetelophaseanaphase Question #5Matching Score: Match these terms and definitions. 1. forms the pole of the spindle apparatus centriole 2. the membrane that surrounds the nucleus of the cell haploid 3. having chromosomes that occur singly, not in matched sets or pairs meiosis 4. matched units of DNA containing genetic information anaphase 5. produces daughter cells with fewer chromosomes than the parent cell nuclear envelope 6. a system of fibers that go from one end of the cell to the other furrowing 7. period of mitosis in which chromosomes move to opposite poles of the cell homologous chromosomes 8. method of cytokinesis in animals interphase 9. threadlike substance in nucleus which carries genetic information chromatin 10. period when the cell is not engaged in division spindle apparatus Question #6MultipleChoice Score: Meiosis produces _____ daughter cells. 1234 Question #7MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Which of the following cells would not divide using mitosis? gametemammal cellflowering plant cellfungal cellbacterial cell Question #8MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. The two basic functions of meiosis are to _____. maintain chromosomal healthgenerate new chromosomal numbersmaintain chromosome number through generationscause genetic variations by recombinationproduce new types of organisms Question #9TrueFalse Score: All the chromosomes in a diploid cell are paired. TrueFalse Question #10MultipleChoice Score: A protozoan that divides to form two daughter cells just like itself would be undergoing _____. multiple fissionfragmentationbinary fissionbudding Question #11MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following would be produced by meiosis? red blood cellcells of the stem in plantssperm cellepithelial cell Question #12MultipleChoice Score: The kind of cell division associated with an increase in size and weight of an organism is _____. mitosismeiosis Question #13MultipleChoice Score: Starfish, flatworms, and sponges may be cut into pieces, and the individual parts will grow new individual animals by means of the process of _____. fragmentationbuddingmeiosispropagation Question #14MultipleChoice Score: Chromosomes are attached to the spindle fibers during _____. anaphaseinterphaseprophasemetaphase Question #15MultipleChoice Score: The spindle apparatus disintegrates during _____. anaphasetelophaseinterphasemetaphase Question #16MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following methods of asexual reproduction is usually associated with the production of spores? multiple fissionbinary fissionfragmentationbudding Question #17MultipleChoice Score: The nuclear envelope disintegrates during _____. metaphaseprophaseanaphasetelophase Question #18MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following expressions is not a function of mitosis? production of gametesgrowthreplacement of cellsrepair of injury

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User: The spindle apparatus of animal cells centers on a cell structure called the _____. chromatid centromere centriole mitochondria

Weegy: The spindle apparatus of animal cells centers on a cell structure called the centriole. [ ]
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User: The cell plate is formed during _____. metaphase prophase telophase anaphase

Weegy: The cell plate is formed during telophase.
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