Difference in cytokinesis in plant cells and animal cells.

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DIFFERENCE IN CYTOKINESIS IN PLANT CELLS AND ANIMAL CELLS

  1. Cytokinesis is the process in which cytoplasm divides following nucleus division.
  2. By the process of cytokinesis at the end of mitosis or cell division, newly produced nuclei are compartmentalized into new daughter cells.
  3. In animal during cytokinesis cell is constricted from center that divides cell into two daughter cells, whereas in plant cell cytokinesis takes place by the formation of membrane between the cell that compartmentalise two nuclei followed by the formation of two daughter cells.
  4. In plants during cytokinesis cells are not constricted for division.
  5. In animal during cytokinesis cell membrane constricts where as in plant during cytokinesis cell membrane and cell wall both together form cell plate by assembling between the newly formed nuclei.
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