In plant, spindle formation is absent. So why is it considered mitosis? It should be amitosis, right? Please explain.
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@anag in absence of centriole plant cells produce spindle fibre with help of its cell wall
During prophase, the plant cell begins to produce spindles from the organizing centers that grow into the nuclear region and attach to the chromosomes. From there, they orchestrate the organization and segregation of chromosomes between daughter cells during mitosis.