In yeast and Amoeba, the parent cell divides to give rise to new individual cells

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#1

In yeast and Amoeba, the parent cell divides to give rise to new individual cells. How does the cell division differ in these two organisms?


#2

In yeast, nucleus divides after the formation of small outgrowth (bud) from the parent, whereas in Amoeba, cell division starts with the division of nucleus into two daughter nuclei.