Subject: How is the DNA in protozoa separated during cell division?
Date: Thu Aug 26 15:14:48 1999
Posted by Rachel Fiore
Grade level: 10-12
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Area of science: Cell Biology
Cell division in protozoa is described as binary fission (like bacteria-
prokaryotes)) in almost all references. But I thought that as a eukaryote,
they would have chromosomes and separate their DNA using mitosis like a
plant or animal cell. Which one is it?
Re: How is the DNA in protozoa separated during cell division?
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