Asexual reproduction in bacteria is accomplished by binary fission. A single organism splits into two independent organisms during binary fission. It also discusses organelle duplication in eukaryotes. Mitochondria and other organelles must multiply by binary fission prior to mitosis, ensuring that each cell has an abundance of organelles. When compared to mitosis, binary fission is a very simple process since it does not entail replicating organelles or sophisticated chromosomes. The replication of the DNA within the cell is the first step in the process. Mitochondria must also duplicate their DNA before binary fission, despite the fact that other organelles lack DNA. The DNA is then split into the two ends of a single cell. The plasma membrane pinches the cell apart, causing it to split into two.
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