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2016-03-08T14:45:29+05:30

Binary fission:

(i). The unicellular splits into two equal daughter cells by cess division

(ii). Nucleus and cytoplasm divide simultaneously.

(iii). Many different patterns of division transverse and longitudinal.

Example : Amoeba. 


Multiple fission:

(i). Unicellular organisms divide into many daughter cells.

(ii). First the nucleus divides into many nuclei and then each nuclei is                 surrounded by cytoplasm and the daughter nuclei are released by                 rupture of parent cell.

(iii). No definite pattern of division.

Example : Malaria parasite. 

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2016-03-08T15:04:55+05:30
BINARY FISSISON
1.THE PARENT CELL DIVIDES INTO TWO DAUGHTER CELLS AND EACH CALL GROW INTO NEW  INDIVIDUALS.
2.IT IS USUALLY OBSERVED IN UNICELLULAR ORGANISMS.
3.IT IS COMMON IN ORGANISMS LIKE BACTERIA AND AMOEBA.

MUTIPLE FISSION
1.IT IS A REAPEATED DIVISION OF A PARENT CELL INTO A NUMBER OF SMALL DAUGHTER CELLS.
2.IT IS USUALLY OBSERVED IN PLASMODIUM.
3.IT OCCURS MOSTLY IN MALARAL TYPE OF PARASITES.


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