Binary Fission

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Binary Fission



Binary fission is a type of asexual reproduction mainly seen in prokaryotes. In this process, genetic material replicates and cells divide into nearly two equal-sized daughter cells. Genetic material is also splits equally. 

Learning Objectives

After completing this module, you will be able to: 
- Describe different steps of binary fission in bacteria. 
- Summarize the steps involved in binary fission.
Binary Fission Bacteria Stages Of Binary Fission Copying Of Genetic Material Separation Of Copied Genetic Material Cleavage Of A Bacterial Cell


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Domain K-12
Topic Code MS100055
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