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Number of generations (n) of mitosis for producing ‘x’ cells is 2^n. First formula is used when the question is saying “Find the number of mitotic divisions required to produce say 128 cells” so for example, to produce 128 cells, 128-1 = 127 mitosis are required.

## How many mitotic generations are required?

Therefore, 7 mitotic divisions are required for a single cell to make 128 cells.

## How many mitosis generations are needed to produce 64 cells?

Explanation: From 64 cells expecting the last formed cell , we can say that 63 mitotic division could take place.

## How many mitotic generations are needed for a single cell to 128?

The cell will have to divide 7 times mitotically, to form 128 cells.

## How many mitosis generations are needed to produce 32 cells?

5 successive generations of mitosis must occur to produce 32 cells.

## How many mitotic generations are required to produce 256 cells?

Thus, after 8 mitotic divisions, 256 cells are produced from a single parent cell.

## How many mitotic divisions are required to produce 100 seeds?

So, for the development of 100 megaspores 100 meiotic division is required. – So, by the fusion of 100 microspores and 100 megaspores, 100 seeds are formed. – Hence for the 100 seed production 200 meiotic division takes place in the Cyperaceae family. Hence, the correct answer is option (D).

## How many generations are required by a cell of meristem to produce 128 cells A 127 B 64 C 32 D 7?

Thus 7 generations of mitosis yields 128 cells from a single cell.

## How many mitotic divisions are required for formation of 52 cells?

For 50 zygotes, 50 male and 50 female gametes are required. Therefore, 13 meiotic divisions during spermatogenesis produce 52 sperms and 50 meiotic divisions during oogenesis produces 50 eggs. Hence, the correct answer is option (B).

## How many generations are required to produce 128 cells?

Second formula is used when the question is saying “Find the number of mitosis required to produce say 128 cells from A SINGLE CELL” so here we will calculate the number of mitotic generations as specifically a single cell is mentioned in the question, so here the answer would be 7 (as 2^7 = 128).