Question by  Roshpico (90)

What happens during cytokinesis in plant cells?

How is it different from animal cells?


Answer by  JananiSivamainthan (32)

During this eukaryotic cell divides equally into animal cells one portion(Ovum) takes most of the cytoplasm and organells, and leaves a small portion as polar bodies which later dies.


Answer by  mgoodman (204)

Plant cells make new cells in a number of ways, including budding. The main difference is that plants use sunlight to reduce carbon dioxide to cellulose, while the water is reduced to respire oxygen.

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