Why is there a doubling of internal organelles before mitosis?

Mitosis is characteristic of cells with nuclei. Doubling organelles before division transfers a diploid and identical set of chromosomes to two new cells from the same mother cell, ensuring hereditary continuity or similarity to the original cell.

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