How is crushing different from normal cell division?

Crushing is a sequential multiple division of a zygote by mitosis. The cells (blastomeres) formed as a result of crushing do not increase in size, and with each subsequent mitosis they become smaller and smaller. As a result of zygote fragmentation, the embryo becomes multicellular, while maintaining approximately the same volume.

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