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In Amoeba, the cell division takes place _____
A. Involving changes in the chromatin reticulum

B. Without involving changes in the chromatin reticulum

C. Leading to reduction in the number of chromosomes

D. Without dividing the nucleus

Answer :

It is because amoeba is a unicellular organism which divides by the process Amitosis. In this process there is nothing like chromosome synthesis and no changes in the chromosome takes place prior to the division as take place during mitotic and meiotic divisions.

Therefore, in amoeba cell division take place without involving change in chromatin reticulum.

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