If Cytokinesis occured without mitosis what would happen?

thank you, M

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  1. i have no clue that's wat im trying to figure out!!!it doesnt show anything on the internet and if it does i don't want to have to reading like 1000000 pages until i get to the point!!!

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  2. You would end up with a cell that contained more than one nucleus. This is because all the nucleur material will be split but the cytoplasm wasn't.

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  3. Making babies with mom

  4. Put your wiener in her private part

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