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Endomitosis is characterized by which one of the following:

Option: 1

Mitosis without a nucleus

Option: 2

Mitosis inside the nucleus

Option: 3

frequent Mitosis 


Option: 4

Mitosis in the uterine wall.

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The absence of nuclear division is referred to as endomitosis. The number of chromosomes in the cell rises as a result of this. The ploidy of the cells increases as a result of this situation. When endomitosis occurs, the nucleus is absent from the process of mitosis. Genetic material is concentrated in a single cell and is not split between two cells. The amount of the cell's genome increases as a result. The polyploidy in the cells is the outcome of endomitosis. 

The chromosomes condense and get ready to split between the two cells at the beginning of mitosis. This causes the nuclear membrane to vanish, which is followed by the separation of the chromosomes. The nuclear membrane resurface at the conclusion of mitosis, followed by the decondensation of the chromosomes. Karyokinesis refers to the division of the cell's nuclear material. The cell develops through a number of cell stages before becoming ready for further division. In most cases, the parent cell divides, producing two daughter cells. The genetic material is multiplied twice and then equally distributed across the two newly created cells.

The cell completely splits during mitosis, and each newly produced daughter cell receives an equal share of the parent cell's contents. Following division, the cell often continues to develop and divides once again. After some time, some cells enter the resting phase. They do not go through the division process during that stage.

Option 1 is the correct answer.


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