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CELL DIVISION I. Prokaryotic Cells 1. Binary fission a. replication
CELL DIVISION. I. Prokaryotic Cells.
The Prokaryotic Cell Cycle
The prokaryotic cell cycle is a relatively straightforward process.
Horizontal Gene Transfer in Prokaryotes
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Chapter 4 Prokaryotic Cells
Cell division via mitosis. ✓ DNA not associated with. Linear chromosomes histones.
Cell Reproduction: Mitosis - 1 Growth and reproduction are two of
Both prokaryotes and eukaryotes have a process of cell division, although the details are a bit different.

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CELL DIVISION: BINARY FISSION AND MITOSIS
Cell division - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
By dint of their structural differences, eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells do not divide in the same way.
Cell division in prokaryotes
Prokaryotes such as bacteria use a relatively simple form of cell division called This is within the range of the number of eukaryotic cells in the human body.
How do prokaryotic cells divide by binary fission? - Yahoo! Answers
How to Compare Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic Cells | eHow.com
Compare by method of division: Cell division in prokaryotic cells is done through a process known as binary fission.

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