How is binary fission different from multiple fission?

In binary fission , the parent cell divides itself into two equal and identical daughter cells. It is the most common form of reproduction in prokaryotes such as bacteria.

Whereas in multiple fission, a single parent cell is divided into many daughter cells.

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ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION BY SEPARATION OF THE BODY INTO TWO NEW BODIES. IN THIS THE ORGANISM DUPLICATED ITSELF, ITS GENETIC MATERIAL OR DNA INTO 2 PARTS CALLED CYTOKINESIS

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