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Which of the following best describes what happens to a cell’s genetic material during the process of meiosis? Answer Homologous chromosomes are separated to form gametes during meiosis I, and sister chromatids are separated from each other to form haploid daughter cells during meiosis II. Homologous chromosomes are separated to form haploid daughter cells during meiosis I, and sister chromatids are separated from each other to form gametes during meiosis II. Sister chromatids are separated to form gametes during meiosis I, and homologous

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    I think the answer is the second option, that "Homologous chromosomes are separated to form haploid daughter cells during meiosis I, and sister chromatids are separated from each other to form gametes during meiosis II".

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