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31 March, 20:23

During binary fission a bacteria cell grows in size because DNA and other organelles are what

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  1. 31 March, 20:28
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    duplication ... because of binary fusion
  2. 31 March, 22:14
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    The correct answer will be-duplicated and distributed.

    Explanation:

    The binary fission is the amitotic type of division in the prokaryotic cells which divides the cells into two daughter cells.

    The binary fission takes place in the bacteria and archaea group which divides its genetic material as well as its cytoplasmic content like organelles with its duplication and equal distribution to the daughter cells.

    Thus, duplicated and distributed is the correct answer.
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