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Which best defines a diploid cell during meiosis?

Ronald Miller

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Roger Moore on November 11, 2018

Diploid cells. Meiosis is the cell division process by that involve the gametes. Cell division is the same as that of the sperm and the egg cells, but we have to distinguish the descriptions and tags in the process. Spermatogenesis it is for men of sperm and oogenesis is the process to women' egg of the cells. The cell division of meiosis consists of two phases, respectively meiosis I and meiosis II. Meiosis I like the mitosis is the cell division that produces diploid cells. These diploid cells are cells that contain a complete pair of chromosomes that is 46. The result is two diploid cells after the the first phase of meiosis. To provide a clear explanation, in contrast to haploid cells only contain 23 chromosomes, and are created after meiosis II, which is 4 in number.

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