Problem: The processes of meiosis and mitosis are eukaryotic cell division mechanisms that achieve vastly different goals in the life cycle. How are these forms of division similar?  a. Both involve DNA replication b. Both involve use of a spindle to move copies of chromosomes to daughter cells c. Both involve assembly of kinetochore complexes d. All of the above are true

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The processes of meiosis and mitosis are eukaryotic cell division mechanisms that achieve vastly different goals in the life cycle. How are these forms of division similar? 

a. Both involve DNA replication

b. Both involve use of a spindle to move copies of chromosomes to daughter cells

c. Both involve assembly of kinetochore complexes

d. All of the above are true

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