Problem: Why don't plant cells form a cleavage furrow during cytokinesis?  a. Because they don't have a cell membrane b. Because their cells don't divide after mitosis, but become one larger cell with multiple nuclei c. Because they have a cell wall d. Because they don't have a nucleus e. All are correct

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Why don't plant cells form a cleavage furrow during cytokinesis? 

a. Because they don't have a cell membrane

b. Because their cells don't divide after mitosis, but become one larger cell with multiple nuclei

c. Because they have a cell wall

d. Because they don't have a nucleus

e. All are correct

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