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The prokaryotic cell cycle is different from the eukaryotic cell cycle because in the prokaryotic cell cycle, A. there is no growth phase. B. cell division does not involve division of the cell nucleus. C. DNA does not replicate. D. the cytoplasm and DNA are divided between two new cells.

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Note that prokaryotic cell division involves the process of binary fission, where its eukaryotic counterpart is through the process of mitosis and meiosis.

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