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If cytokinesis doesn't take place after karyokinesis, formation of daughter cells from the parent cell doesn't take place. The parent cell will have more than one nucleus, which are supposed to be present in daughter cells.
If it's a plant cell, cell plate formation doesn't take place.
If it's an animal cell, a furrow doesn't appear.

Cytokinesis means division of cytoplasm. So, the cytoplasmic division doesn't take place after the division of nucleus(karyokinesis).
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of course, the cell won't !
but how vll it be multinucleated
No division of cell doesn't mean no division of nucleus. Nucleus does divide by karyokinesis and results in a multinucleated condition. Only the cell doesn't divide as cytokinesis is not occuring.
ohhh so wen does karyokinesis stops :/
soon after the divsion of nucleus takes place, as required by the cell.
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Cytokinesis means division of cytoplasm n karyokinesis is division of the nucleus....... if karyokinesis  is not proceeded by cytokinesis cellplate formation (in plants) or furrow formation(in animals) fails to occur........hence the cell doesnt divide......in short cell formation does not occurs.....
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