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How does mitosis in plant cells differ from that in animal cells?
A. Animal cells lack a cell plate.
B. Plant cells lack centrioles.
C. Plant cells lack spindle fibers.
D. Animal cells lack cytokinesis.
I chose b but I got it wrong please help....

  • biology -

    Try A.

  • biology -

    The correct answer is A.

    Mitosis cell division does not require the use of centrioles; thereby disqualifying the choice as the correct answer.

    Mitosis cell division does not require the use of spindle fibres; thereby disqualifying the choice as the correct answer.

    Animal cells do undergo cytokinesis; thereby disqualifying the choice as the correct answer.

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