Problem: Mitosis results in the formation of two genetically identical daughter cells. This is becauseA. after replication, the material is compared and corrected to be identical.B. all the genetic material is duplicated then segregated equally to the daughter cells.C. the chromosomes pair up (synapse) in prophase as a counting mechanism. D. daughter cells are initially haploid, but they duplicate their chromosomes to become diploid again. E. the number of chromosomes needs to be reduced before cytokinesis.

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Mitosis results in the formation of two genetically identical daughter cells. This is because

A. after replication, the material is compared and corrected to be identical.

B. all the genetic material is duplicated then segregated equally to the daughter cells.

C. the chromosomes pair up (synapse) in prophase as a counting mechanism. 

D. daughter cells are initially haploid, but they duplicate their chromosomes to become diploid again. 

E. the number of chromosomes needs to be reduced before cytokinesis.

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