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## How many mitosis divisions are there?

Cells divide and reproduce in two ways: mitosis and meiosis.

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Comparison chart.

Meiosis | Mitosis | |
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Function | Genetic diversity through sexual reproduction. | Cellular reproduction and general growth and repair of the body. |

Number of Divisions | 2 |
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## How many mitotic are there?

Mitosis is an equational division where after division each cell produces two daughter cells, therefore after **7 divisions** one cell will give 128 cells in case of mitosis.

## Does mitosis have two divisions?

Mitosis is a single nuclear division that **results in two nuclei** that are usually partitioned into two new cells. The nuclei resulting from a mitotic division are genetically identical to the original nucleus.

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Putting It Together: Cell Division.

Table 1. Meiosis v. Mitosis | ||
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Meiosis | Mitosis | |

Crossover | During prophase I | Does not occur in mitosis |

## How many mitotic divisions and generations are there?

Number of mitotic divisions required for formation of n number of cells is n-1. 2. Number of generations (n) of mitosis for producing ‘x’ cells is **2^n**.

## How do you get mitotic divisions?

**Since one mitotic division leads to formation of 2 cells , we can mathematically express this as :**

- No of cells = 2^n (n= no. of mitotic divisions)
- →64= 2 ^n.
- →2^6= 2^n.
- →n=6.
- Therefore 6 mitotic divisions lead to formation of 64 cells.
- So, the correct option is ‘6’.

## How are mitotic divisions calculated?

In mitosis one cell divides in two and both daughter cells have identical sets of chromosomes to the parent cell. 8. Formula of mitosis: **(2n × 2) / 2**.

## How many cell divisions occur during meiosis quizlet?

In meiosis, there are **two cell divisions**, making 4 daughter cells, all different from the mother and from one another. The chromosomes only divide once, so each new cell only has n chromosomes and is therefore called haploid.