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It is still considered a Eukaryotic cell because the daughter cells and mother cell are both Eukaryotic; the chromosomes will condense and be contained in a Nucleus after Telophase and Cytokinesis. Furthermore, Prokaryotic binary fission does not involve the assembly of Spindle Fibers, whereas dividing Eukaryotic cells in Anaphase use Spindle fibers to ...


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