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Compare a cell plate to a cleavage furrow. What is the difference? What would be the advantage of each?

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In the process for the animal cell requires the splitting of the two new cells, this is the use of the cleavage furrow. I believe the cleavage furrow is in a way a more aggressive way to split cells. The way it splits is by pinching and constricting. In the plant cells process the cell recreates its self by generating a new cell off of the existing cell wall. In the end the cell produces a cell wall and seamlessly splits off after creating a new cell wall for the new cell and keeping its old wall for its self.

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