26) i) mitosis, ii) both, iii) meiosis, iv) meiosis, v) both
In mitosis, the daughter nuclei are always genetically identical to the parent cells or nucleus.
In order to carry out nuclear division, both processes must involve all chromosomes being replicated.
Gametes can only be produced by meiosis. Since gametes are haploid, they must be formed by meiosis as mitosis only forms diploid cells.
Haploid nuclei are only formed by meiosis.
Genetic material always appears as distinct chromosomes in both processes.