Subject: Are the methods of mitotic cell division different for polyploid organisms?
Date: Tue Apr 24 18:52:27 2001
Posted by desmond
Grade level: undergrad
School: university college cork
City: cork State/Province: cork
Area of science: Cell Biology
how does cell division differ between say a diploid organism or say a triploid
one as far as i know potatoe cells contain 3 copies of the chromosomes... a
diagramatic representation would be helpful
Re: Are the methods of mitotic cell division different for polyploid organisms?
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