MITOSIS VS. MEIOSIS
MITOSIS HAS 4 PHASES, WHILE MEIOSIS HAS 8 PHASES
In Mitosis, the cell goes through Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, and Telophase.In Meiosis, the cell goes through Prophase I, Metaphase I, Anaphase I, Telophase I, Prophase II, Metaphase II, Anaphase II, and finally, Telophase II.
Mitosis Produces Diploid Cells, Meiosis Produces Haploid
After Mitosis occurs, you have a diploid cell which is identical to the parent cell. After Meiosis, you have a haploid cells which is half of the parent cell.
MITOSIS PRODUCES BODY CELLS FOR REPAIR AND GROWTH, WHILE MITOSIS PRODUCES GAMETES FOR SEXUAL REPRODUCTION
MITOSIS OCCURS THROUGHOUT A LIFETIME, MEIOSIS ONLY OCCURS FOR A PERIOD OF TIME
Mitosis occurs all throughout all your life, repairing cells and helping you grow. Meiosis only occurs in your body until menopause.
In MItosis, The DNA Replicates And Goes Through Once. In Meiosis, The DNA Replicates And Goes Through Twice
In mitosis, the chromosomes replicates and when it goes through cell division once, it has the same amount of chromosomes, also known as diploid cells. In meiosis, the chromosomes replicate and when it goes through cell division once, it has the same amount of chromosomes. Then, it goes through cell division again, and the chromosomes are in half, also known as a haploid cell.
Mitosis Occurs In Asexual Organisms, While Meiosis Occurs in Sexual Organsims
In asexual organisms, mitosis occurs without sexual transportation. In sexual organisms, meiosis occurs with sexual transformations