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AMITOSIS

This  is  direct  cell division  in which  the genetic material is not duplicated and  hence its distribution  to the daughter cells  is not  precisely half  and half, Both  the cell and its  nucleus  simply  elongate, constrict in their middle equal  halves, forming daughter cells, such  cell division  occurs  rarely  under  certain unknown  abnormal  or  pathological  conditions.

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