Tag Archives: cytokinesis

In which order cytokinesis occurs in plants?

[ad_1] Cytokinesis. Cytokinesis is the process in which the cell actually divides into two. With the two nuclei already at opposite poles of the cell, the cell cytoplasm separates, and the cell pinches in the middle, ultimately leading to cleavage.Cytokinesis begins in anaphase in animal cells and prophase in plant cells, and terminates in telophase […]

What happens in telophase 1 and cytokinesis of meiosis?

[ad_1] What happen in telophase 1? During telophase I, the homologous chromosomes separate into separate nuclei. The cell reforms its nuclear envelope disassembles the spindle fibers microtubules and proceeds to cytokinesis. The cell then goes through a resting phase known as interkinesis. What are the events of telophase? The main events of telophase include a […]

Why does mitosis come before cytokinesis?

[ad_1] Are mitosis and cytokinesis the same process? Basically, Mitosis is a process by which the duplicated genome in a cell is separated into halves that are identical in nature. Cytokinesis is the process where the cytoplasm of the cell divides to form two ‘daughter’ cells. What happens to mitosis? During mitosis, a eukaryotic cell […]

Why is there no cleavage furrow in plants during cytokinesis?

[ad_1] What does the presence of cleavage furrow indicate? telophase The cleavage furrow forms during telophase of mitosis and cytokinesis. What’s the difference between cleavage furrow and cell plate? What causes the cleavage furrow to form? What phase does the cleavage furrow appear? The biggest and most noticeable difference between plant and animal cytokinesis is […]