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Binary fission is found in the prokaryotic cells, while the mitosis is found in eukaryotic cells.


  1. Binary fission is the method by the which prokaryotic cells divide in simple manner. The prokaryotic single DNA molecule replicates and each strand move into separate daughter cells. The daughter cells pull apart with one strand of DNA.
  2. The eukaryotic cells are complex and have multiple chromosomes. Mitosis is the process by which the chromosomes of eukaryotic cells equally divide for daughter cells.