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Figure 2.9 Cell division in prokaryotes occurs by binary fission. In favourable conditions,
a prokaryotic cell can grow and divide in as little as 20 minutes. Each new cell can then
grow and produce two more cells 20 minutes later. A sequence of repeated doubling like
this allows bacteria to produce huge populations in a fairly short time.