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Micrograph of Cell Dividing, 4

Micrograph of Cell Dividing, 4
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(4 of 4) Cell dividing: mother cell divides resulting in two daughter cells each with its own nucleus.
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daughter cells, mother cell, micrograph, nucleus, gallery 7
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