# How many mitotic divisions are needed for a single cell?

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- 1 How many mitotic divisions are needed for a single cell?
- 2 How many mitotic divisions are needed for a single cell to 128?
- 3 How many mitotic divisions are required to produce 256 cells?
- 4 How many divisions are required to produce 128 gametes A 64 B 16 C 32 D 12?
- 5 How many mitotic divisions are necessary for 1024 cells?
- 6 How many cells are produced from a single cell?
- 7 How many daughter cells does a cell have after cell division?

## How many mitotic divisions are needed for a single cell?

7 mitotic divisions

Therefore, 7 mitotic divisions are required for a single cell to make 128 cells.

**How many mitotic divisions are required for a cell to make 64 cells?**

A total of 6 rounds of mitotic division will form 64 daughter cells.

### How many mitotic divisions are needed for a single cell to 128?

7 divisions

Mitosis is an equational division where after division each cell produces two daughter cells, therefore after 7 divisions one cell will give 128 cells in case of mitosis.

**How many mitotic divisions are required to form 512 cells?**

9 mitotic division. since one mitotic division produce 2 cell.

## How many mitotic divisions are required to produce 256 cells?

8 mitotic divisions

So to produce 256 cells from a single cell, 8 mitotic divisions will occur which can be represented as 1→2→4→8→16→64→128→256.

**How many mitotic divisions are needed for 100 cells?**

25 meiotic divisions

One meiotic division in a pollen mother cell gives rise to 4 microspores, which develop into 4 pollen grains, therefore 25 meiotic divisions are required to produce 100 pollen grains.

### How many divisions are required to produce 128 gametes A 64 B 16 C 32 D 12?

7 mitotic divisions required to produce 128 cells from a single cell.

**How many mitotic divisions are needed for a single cell to make 256 cells A 8 B 16 C 32 D 64?**

by Biology experts to help you in doubts & scoring excellent marks in Class 11 exams. Mitotic cells division is equational division where a mother cell divides to form 2 daughter cells. So to produce 256 cells from a single cell, 8 mitotic divisions will occur which can be represented as 1→2→4→8→16→64→128→256.

## How many mitotic divisions are necessary for 1024 cells?

10 mitotic divisions must occur in a cell to form 1024 cells.

**How many mitotic divisions are required to produce 32 cells?**

For a single cell to produce 32 cells, 31 mitotic divisions are required. From the first cell, 2 cells are produced (1 mitotic division). Then these 2 cells are divided into 4 cells (2 mitotic division).

### How many cells are produced from a single cell?

Then from these 16 cells, 32 cells are produced (16 mitotic division). If you add all the mitotic divisions (written in brackets), you will get 31 mitotic divisions in total. 31 mitotic divisions (details in picture) would be required to make 32 cells from a single cell.

**How many cell divisions are required to produce 128 cells?**

In mitosis, each cell divides into two. So starting from a single cell, the increase in a number of cells will occur as per the following progression- 1->2->4->8->16->32->64->128. Thus a total of 7 divisions is required to produce 128 cells starting from a single cell or 2 n times the division. So, the correct answer is option D.

## How many daughter cells does a cell have after cell division?

A single mother cell produces two daughter cells per round of mitotic division. If each new daughter cell undergoes mitotic division as well, then there will be four cells, and so on until a developmental or environmental signal limits more rounds of cell division. A total of 6 rounds of mitotic division will form 64 daughter cells.