Daughter cells and identical set of chromosomes in mitosis

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Briefly explain with the aid of diagrams, how the process of Mitosis ensures that each daughter cell receives an identical set of chromosomes?

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S Phase: It is the synthesis phase during which the DNA molecule of each chromosome replicates. It helps in the perpetuation of hereditary information from one generation to the other, as DNA, which is the carrier of genetic information, replicates before the cell divides, thus ensuring that each new daughter cell receives a complete, identical set of chromosomes. An exact copy of the cell's DNA is synthesized on the existing template of DNA.