If we ignore the effect of crossing over, how many different haploid cells arise by meiosis in a diploid cell having ? |
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a) |
8 |
b) |
16 |
c) |
32 |
d) |
64 |
If we ignore the effect of crossing over, how many different haploid cells arise by meiosis in a diploid cell having ? |
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a) |
8 |
b) |
16 |
c) |
32 |
d) |
64 |
(d) The number of different haploid cells arise by meiosis can be calculated by where, n=number of haploid chromosomes. |