[ US /ˌmaɪˈtɔtɪk/ ]
  1. of or relating to or undergoing mitosis
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  • Overlaid onto these signals that promote orchestrated cell division are checkpoints that ensure appropriate mitotic spindle formation, a lack of DNA damage, kinetochore attachment, and that each daughter cell has the appropriate complement of DNA. Elites TV
  • Only mononuclear protoplasts were capable of complete cell wall regeneration and mitotic division.
  • The arrow points to a mitotic figure cleaving off a narrow cell from a semi-regular hexagon cell.
  • Kernel growth is supported by cell production through mitotic cell divisions.
  • Giant cells were admixed with osteoid tissue or with mitotically active mononuclear cells.
  • It is most likely that the nonmosaic tetraploidy of the neonate was caused by a cytoplasmic cleavage failure at the first mitotic division.
  • Mitotic spindles in the quadrant founder cells are skewed clockwise, preparatory to dexiotropic division. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • The structures of rearrangements were defined by mitotic chromosome staining as well as by genetic and polytene chromosome analysis.
  • Results: The obvious amitotic phases and cellular senescent characteristics were observed in adult goat ventricular muscle cells including working and conducting cardiac muscle cells.
  • The phialides produce chains of uninucleate conidia after repeated mitotic division and cytokinesis.
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