In this blog post, we will answer that very important question. Cytokinesis is the process by which a cell divides into two daughter cells. The word cytokinesis comes from the Greek words “cyto” meaning “cell,” and “kinein” meaning “to move.” In order to complete cytokinesis, the nuclear envelope must be broken down into two parts – one part around each of the new nuclei. Now for our answer to 3+2.. Does the number of chromosomes change after cytokinesis? Yes. The two daughter cells have one copy each of their parent’s chromosomes, and this means that there are now four total chromosome copies in a cell instead of just two at the end of mitosis. So then what is the answer to three plus two? Four! And it’s not even close! :) The detail section should be used to list important points from your post (or any other content) in bullet form for easy reading on mobile devices or quickly scanning through while you’re busy working on something else: – Cytokinesis is when a cell divides into two new cells with only one set of chromosomes per daughter cell.