anonymous
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whats a homologous pairs
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anonymous
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http://www.cellsalive.com/meiosis.htm
anonymous
  • anonymous
A homologous pair is a pair of chromosomes that exist in diploid cells. One of the pair you inherit from your father, the other from your mother. A human has 22 pairs of homologous chromosomes (these do not include sex chromosomes). They are the same length and shape. They also share the same genes. The sequences of the genes may be different, which is what results in genetic variation, but the genes are the same.
anonymous
  • anonymous
do sister chromatids split apart or do homologous pairs split apart?

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anonymous
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homologous pairs sould split apart first
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thanks maaann
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no problem buddy
anonymous
  • anonymous
how many cells are made from meiosis
anonymous
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4 cells
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what are some new cells

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