Commentary - Journal of Cell Science and Mutations (2021) Volume 5, Issue 6
A short commentary on cell division.
Each live organic organism has a significant interaction called cell division. The replication of DNA and the development of the phone take place during cell division. Despite the fact that cell development is a continuous cycle, DNA synthesis occurs only in one specific phase of the cell. Cells emerge from earlier cells, as the cell hypothesis suggests. Cell division is the process that allows this to happen. A solitary celled zygote is the starting point for any physically duplicating creature's life cycle. Cell division does not cease with the maturation of an experienced living creature, but continues throughout its life cycle.Author(s): Siyabonga Nkosi*