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## How many generations of mitosis are required for producing 129 cells?

A single mitotic division of oNe cell produces twO cells. 2nd division of this two cells produces 4 cells and so on. 2^n = Number Of cells after n divisions. Thus **7 generations** of mitosis yields 128 cells from a single cell.

## How many generations of mitosis are required to produce 128 cells?

**7 mitotic** divisions required to produce 128 cells from a single cell.

## How many generations of mitosis are required for 64 cells?

From 64 cells expecting the last formed cell , we can say that **63 mitotic** division could take place.

## How many mitosis generations are needed to produce 32 cells?

**5 successive** generations of mitosis must occur to produce 32 cells.

## How many generations of meristem produce 128 cells?

It will take 7 divisions to produce 128 cells from a singe cell by mitosis. A single mitotic division of one cell produces two cells. 2nd division produces 4 cells and so on. Therefore **7 generations** are required to produce 128 cells.

## How many mitotic generations are there?

Number of generations (n) of mitosis for producing ‘x’ cells is **2^n**. First formula is used when the question is saying “Find the number of mitotic divisions required to produce say 100 cells” so for example, to produce 100 cells, 100-1 = 99 mitosis are required.

## How many divisions are required to produce 128 gametes?

Gametes are produced by meiosis. In meiosis 4 cells are formed from one cell. Thus **32 divisions** are formed are needed to produce 128 gametes that is 32×4=128.

## How many mitotic divisions and number of generations respectively are required to form 32 cells from a cell?

For a single cell to produce 32 cells, **31 mitotic divisions** are required.

## How many mitotic divisions and number of generations respectively are required to form 256 cells from a meristematic cell?

Mitotic cells division is equational division where a mother cell divides to form 2 daughter cells. So to produce 256 cells from a single cell, **8 mitotic divisions** will occur which can be represented as 1→2→4→8→16→64→128→256.

## How many mitotic divisions are required to produce 100 cells?

Hence, the correct answer is **125 meiosis divisions** will be done for the formation of 100 zygotes in humans.