During binary fission, how are the replicated stands of DNA moved to opposite ends of the cell?

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During binary fission, how are the replicated stands of DNA moved to opposite ends of the cell?

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They aren’t moved to opposite ends of the cell. The loops of DNA are attached to the cell membrane at one point for each. The membrane invaginates and grows between the two attachment points to separate the two chromosomes, so separation of the chromosomes is part of the cytokinesis process in binary fission. See the link.