How can eukaryotic cells divide?
To heal wounds and to grow, cells divide by mitosis. This creates two copies of identical cells and therefore keeps continuing to create even more cells, and this helps in healing and growing.
Meiosis is the cell division in which cells divide to form four haploid cells. This happens in ALL multicellular eukaryotes to form gamete cells, such as sperm, egg, pollen grains, and ovules. This happens in the sexual organs of animals and plants.
So, these are the two ways eukaryotic cells can divide.