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Nuclear and Cell Division

  • Lawrence S. Dillon

Abstract

Aside from an orderly net synthesis of proteins and other biochemicals that result in growth, the most important activity of cells of the vast majority of organisms is that of reproducing others of their own kind. These acts of reproduction involve division of the existing nucleus and cytoplasm into two, each resulting half resembling its counterpart as completely as possible. Because cytoplasmic division, or cytokinesis, is the simpler but less thoroughly known of this pair of activities, it is examined before nuclear division (mitosis or meiosis) receives attention. Then a closing section of this final chapter brings out salient points of the cell as a whole that need careful consideration.

Keywords

Cell Division Nuclear Envelope Nuclear Membrane Nuclear Division Spindle Fiber 
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