7 mitotic divisions required to produce 128 cells from a single cell.

## How many mitotic divisions occur in a cell of root tip to form 256 cells?

Every mitotic division will lead to the formation of twice the number of mother cells, hence to form 256 cells from a root tip cell, **8 generations of mitotic** divisions must occur (28=256 cells).

## How many divisions are required to produce 128 gametes?

Gametes are produced by meiosis. In meiosis 4 cells are formed from one cell. Thus **32 divisions** are formed are needed to produce 128 gametes that is 32×4=128.

## How many mitotic divisions are needed for 100 cells?

Hence, the correct answer is **125 meiosis divisions** will be done for the formation of 100 zygotes in humans.

## How do you calculate cell division?

For example, one bacterial cell will divide about every 20 min under standard conditions. For example, after the 6^{th} division there will be 64 cells. The formula to calculate the number in the nth generation is given by the formula **N = N _{} x 2^{n}** where n is the number of generations.

## How many total mitotic divisions are required to produce 124 root cells?

In mitosis cell division, each cell produces two daughter cells. 8 generations of mitosis are required to produce 256 cells from one cell. In every generation each daughter cell also undergoes mitotic division. So total **255 mitotic divisions** are required.

## How many generations of mitosis are required for 64 cells?

1-2-4-8-16-32-64-128 so total **7 generation** req. Since Mitosis is an equational division process and it produces two daughter cells from the single parent cells.

## How do you get mitotic divisions?

In mitosis one cell divides in two and both daughter cells have identical sets of chromosomes to the parent cell. 8. Formula of mitosis: **(2n × 2) / 2**.

## How many times mitotic divisions must occur in a cell of the root tip to form 512 cells?

So, the correct answer is ‘**9**‘

## How many cells are found in mitotic division?

Mitosis is a process of nuclear division in eukaryotic cells that occurs when a parent cell divides to produce **two identical daughter cells**.