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ok well not to be rude but cells after division are actually the same size...the chromosomes and nuclei from the original cell are doubled and equal in size. If what has been previously stated is true then an older person's skin cells would be significantly smaller than a newborn's skin cells for example because they have been divided a vast amount more which is wrong...the plate would be full one minute later if it were only half full a minute before. Thank-you, for you have just been out smarted by a 13 year-old girl.

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ok well not to be rude but cells after division are actually the same size...the chromosomes and nuclei from the original cell are doubled and equal in size. If what has been previously stated is true then an older person's skin cells would be significantly smaller than a newborn's skin cells for example because they have been divided a vast amount more which is wrong...the plate would be full one minute later if it were only half full a minute before. Thank-you, for you have just been out smarted by a 13 year-old girl.

Not to be rude "passthecookies", but in all logic, that's not necessarily true. Depending on the organism, mitosis takes a different variability rate.

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