If a culture has to be grown, then you have to bide your time while cell division takes its course.
Chromatophores, two, lying on the girdle side, in cell division each forming a partially divided pair.
This process of cell division is known as karyokinesis or aryomitosis.
This knowledge appears chiefly under two heads, viz., cell division and the fertilization of the egg.
Fertilization, cell division, and differentiation emphasized.
These structures regulate the cell division, and hence the reproduction of all animals and plants.
The original function of reproduction, that of cell division, is the part of the female.
The most important, if the last, is the cell division and the accompanying growth that provide material for the eye.
The first indication of the cell division is shown by the chromatin fibres.
The particular kind of cell division termed "budding" here deserves mention.
cell division n.
The process by which a cell divides to form two daughter cells, each of which contains the same genetic material as the original cell and roughly half of its cytoplasm.
|cell division |
The process by which a cell divides into two or more cells. Among prokaryotes, cell division occurs by simple fission. Among eukaryotes, the cell nucleus divides first, and then a new cell membrane is formed between the nuclei to form the new cell. Cell division is used as a means of reproduction in organisms that reproduce asexually, as by fission or spore formation, and sexually reproducing organisms form gametes through cell division. Cell division is also the source of tissue growth and repair in multicellular organisms. The two types of cell division in eukaryotic organisms are mitosis and meiosis.