Which of the following is found in binary fission but not in mitosis?
a. Following the process, a membrane separates the 2 copies.
b. The result produces 2 nuclei.
c. Duplicated chromosomes attach to the plasma membrane.
d. Replication of DNA begins at an origin.
e. Replicated strands of DNA separate.
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