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After meiosis there are...? A. 2 haploid cells B. 4 haploid cells C. 2 haploid gametes D. 4 haploid gametes?

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After meiosis there are...? A. 2 haploid cells B. 4 haploid cells C. 2 haploid gametes D. 4 haploid gametes?
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a 2 haploid cells; b 4 haploid cells; c its cells each have one set of chromosomes; d Homologous chromosomes. ... 4 cells with a haploid number of chromosomes.
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MEIOSIS I Meiosis is ... (2n = 4) cell and ends with two haploid ... resulting in differences in chromosomal distribution in daughter cells after meiosis I.
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After meiosis I, _____ cells are formed and after meiosis II, ... A. 2, 3 B. 4, 4 C. 2, 4 D. 4, 8 E. 2, 8. ... C. to create 4 haploid cells D. to separate ...
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two haploid cells B. four haploid cells C. two ... of the haploid cells formed in meiosis I. ... into gametes. So it would be B. Four haploid ...
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