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In meiosis-I, a bivalent is an association of

a)

Four chromatids and four centromeres

b)

Two chromatids and two centromeres

c)

Two chromatids and one centromeres

d)

Four chromatids and two centromeres


Question ID - 3333 | Toppr Answer

In meiosis-I, a bivalent is an association of

a)

Four chromatids and four centromeres

b)

Two chromatids and two centromeres

c)

Two chromatids and one centromeres

d)

Four chromatids and two centromeres

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Answer Key : (d) -

(d)

Meiosis is a double division, which occurs in a diploid cell (nucleus) and gives rise to four haploid cells (nuclei), each having half the number of chromosomes as compared to the parent cell. In meiosis-I, bivalent is an association of four chromatids and two centromeres.



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