Which of the Following Occurs in Meiosis but Not in Mitosis?

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One of the processes that occurs in meiosis but not in mitosis is chromosome replication. In mitosis, daughter cells are not produced. This is an absolutely essential biological process.
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Meiosis is the division of the gametes(sex cells) haploid (n) Mitosis is cell division, diploid (2n) In meiosis, there are the similar cycles (prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase
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B. Synapsis of chromosomes. In meiosis, two sets of chromosomes will come together and align down the center next to each other (where synapsis can occur) In Mitosis there is only
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Meiosis and mitosis both occur in reproduction. Mitosis occurs in any body cell.
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In general the other answers submitted to date are correct and should be helpful. Your question was "where" does it occur? The answer is in or throughout the body or organism
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