Mitosis vs. Meiosis:
Which of the following is not a difference between mitosis and meiosis?
A. Homologous chromosomes pair in meiosis but not in mitosis.
B. Sister chromatids separate during mitosis but not during meiosis.
C. The products of mitosis are usually genetically identical but the products of meiosis are genetically different.
D. Mitosis usually produces two daughter cells while meiosis usually produces four cells.
E. In mitosis there is one cell division while in meiosis there are two cell divisions.
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