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Cell cycle and Cell Division

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The fundamental unit of life the cell plays a vital functions one of which is its division. For this the cell enters into an interphase which is 95% of the cell cycle and 5% is the division phase or M phase. There are two type of cell division first is mitosis which is also called equational division because the same number of Chromosomes are present in the parental cell and newly formed daughter cell. Second type is meiosis which is a reductional division where the chromosome from diploid in the mother cell gets reduced into a haploid or half set of chromosomes that only occur in the reproductive cell. While reading this chapter it will be more clear and understandable how step by step the cell undergoes various chromosomal change and finally new daughter cells are formed.

Exercise 1