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reproduction that results from combining genetic material from two individuals.
type of cell division that results in 4 daughter cells that each have half the number of chromosomes as the parent cell.
A pair of chromosomes of the same type, one from each parent.
A cell containing two full sets of chromosomes (one from father and one from mother). In humans, the diploid number is 46.
A cell containing a single set of chromosomes (one of each kind - half)
A haploid male or female germ cell (e.g. sperm and egg)
Male germ cell in animals. It is haploid and has a tail.
Female germ cell in animals.
Symbol for diploid number of chromosomes in a cell.
Symbol for haploid number of chromosomes in a cell.
a section of the DNA (chromosome) that codes for a specific trait (e.g. eye color or hair color)
when homologous chromosomes exchange genes during Prophase 1 creating new mixture of parent traits in their offspring
PMAT I: The first cell division of meiosis when the homologous pairs are split up into two separate cells.
PMAT II: The second cell division of meiosis. This is when the sister chromatids are split up into two separate cells.
the result of a sperm and an egg
No DNA replication during this division
There IS DNA replication during this division
The last phase after Telophase.
Produces cells almost genetically identical
Produces cells that are different genetically
Has the advantage of producing offspring in greater numbers, with no partner required
46 pairs of chromosomes
How many pairs of chromosomes present in humans
Chapter 13 review
A & P Honors Fall Midterm 2017
Evolution & Evolution Scientists
DNA & RNA
Quiz 5 - Meiosis
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