There are certain cells that are multinucleated (having more than one nucleus).  Which of the following is a possible explanation for this occurrence? A) The cell underwent repeated cytokinesis but no mitosis. B) The cell underwent repeated mitosis with simultaneous cytokinesis. C) The cell underwent repeated mitosis, but cytokinesis did not occur. D) The cell had multiple S phases before it entered mitosis

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There are certain cells that are multinucleated (having more than one nucleus).  Which of the following is a possible explanation for this occurrence?

A) The cell underwent repeated cytokinesis but no mitosis.

B) The cell underwent repeated mitosis with simultaneous cytokinesis.

C) The cell underwent repeated mitosis, but cytokinesis did not occur.

D) The cell had multiple S phases before it entered mitosis.

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