Does cell division occur in Multiple Fission?

Multiple fission at the cellular level occurs in many protists, e.g. sporozoans and algae. The nucleus of the parent cell divides several times by amitosis, producing several nuclei. Organisms like the amoeba, bacteria, euglena, etc., exhibit binary fission. During multiple fission, the organism divides itself into numerous daughter cells. Examples of multiple fission are sporozoans and algae.

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