Introduction: Cell division is a process where a cell divides to produce two daughter cells. There are two types of cell division, namely Mitosis and Meiosis. Mitotic division is a cell division that maintains the chromosome number by producing two identical diploid somatic cells whereas the meiosis reduces the chromosome number by half by producing four haploid germ line cells. There are many basic differences between mitosis and meiosis. The major difference between them is homologous chromosomes separation occurs only in the meiotic phase of cell division but not in mitosis.
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