Binary Fission- definition, steps, types, examples (vs mitosis)

Binary fission in prokaryotes

What is binary fission? (Definition) Binary fission is a type of asexual reproduction where a single living cell or an organelle grows twice its size and then splits into two identical daughter cells, where each of these daughter cells has the potential to grow into the size of the original cell or organelle. Binary fission … Read more Binary Fission- definition, steps, types, examples (vs mitosis)