How does binary fission differ from

How does binary fission differ from multiple fission?

In binary fission, one nucleus divides only once and results into the formation of two daughter nuclei but in multiple fission, the nucleus undergo repeated cell division resulting many nuclei. So, in binary fission only two daughter cells are produced but in multiple fission many cells are produced.

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