Asexual reproduction found in prokaryotes in which a cell divides into two equal daughter cells by a nonmitotic process.
a single cell doubling it's nuclear material and then dividing into two cells (asexual reproduction)
Method of bacterial and protozoal multiplication wherein the parental cell divides into two approximately equal daughter cells.
a method of cell division where the cell divides into two similar or identical cells. Single-celled organisms commonly use this method to reproduce asexually.
A method of asexual reproduction in which the parent cell divides into two equal, or nearly equal, parts, each of which develops to parental size and form.
equal division of a single-celled organism into two organisms.
The type of cell divisions by which prokaryotes reproduce; each dividing daughter cell receives a copy of the single parental chromosome.
Asexual reproduction. (Simple cell division.)
The method by which bacteria reproduce. The circular DNA molecule is replicated; then the cell splits into two identical cells, each containing an exact copy of the original cell's DNA.
a form of asexual reproduction in which a cell divides into two daughter cells after DNA replication.
BI-nair-ee FISH-en A type of asexual reproduction in which a cell divides into two identical cells. 192, 448
The process in which a parent cell splits into two daughter cells of approximately equal size.
fision binaria] division a prokaryotic cell into two cells by an apparently simple division of nucleus and cytoplasm.
Fission in which two cells, usually of similar size and shape, are formed by the growth and division of one cell. ( 16)
The form of cell division carried out by prokaryotic cells in which the chromosome replicates and the cell pinches between the attachment points of the two chromosomes to form two new cells. In this type of simple cell-splitting, each pair of daughter cells is an exact replica of the parental cell.
Binary fission is the form of asexual reproduction in single-celled organisms by which one cell divides into two cells of the same size, used by most prokaryotes. This process results in the reproduction of a living cell by division into two equal or near-equal parts.