Mitosis is also called somatic cell division or equatorial division. The process of cell division, whereby chromosomes are duplicated and distributed equally to the daughter cells, is called mitosis. It helps to maintain the constant chromosome number in all cells of the body.
Interphase is also called the resting stage. This is a transitional phase between the successive mitotic divisions.
A cell plate is formed by the formation of phragnoplast from the Golgi complex. Later the primary and secondary wall layers are deposited. Finally, the cells are divided into 2 daughter cells. The cytoplasm gets divided into 2 parts.
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