What type of cell performs the process of binary fission?

1 Answer

Answer:

The binary fission is the amitosis process found in prokaryotes e.g., bacteria.

Explanation:

The cell divisions are of three types mitosis, meiosis, and amitosis. Mitosis is the process your body cells use in order to create identical copies of themselves, called daughter cells, while meiosis is found in the reproductive cells.
The binary fission is the amitosis process found in prokaryotes e.g., bacteria.
Simply, the DNA replicates and cytokinesis separates it into two daughter cells.