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kristopher101495

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During the production of gametes, homologous chromosomes have separated, and the cell is splitting into two daughter cells containing non-identical chromosomes, each consisting of two chromatids. Which of the following is the best conclusion you can make about the life cycle of this cell?

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  1. kristopher101495
    • 3 years ago
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    The cell is in telophase I and will enter meiosis II next. The cell will separate the chromatids, and cytokinesis will occur. The cell will undergo DNA replication in order to become diploid again. The cell is in anaphase II and will enter telophase II next.

  2. Hamsammiches
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    The cell is in telophase I and will enter meiosis II next.

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