The separated daughter chromosomes complete migration to opposite poles of the cell and the
chromosomes uncoil to their interphase structure.
The nuclear envelope reforms to complete karyokinesis.
Cytokinesis begins, dividing the cytoplasm and produce two daughter cells.
- In animal cells,
the plasma membrane forms a cleavage furrow that pinches the cell in two.
- In plant cells, a cell plate grows at the equator,
then a new cell wall forms between the daughter