anonymous
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How many chromosomes do each of the 4 cells have after meiosis?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Easy. 8.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Meiosis is the way that human gametes (sex cells) divide. And each of those cells has 23 chromosomes.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@SamuelAlden917 Kangaroos have 8 chromosomes in their gametes, after meiosis. But I get the feeling this question is asking about humans. Humans have 23, in each gamete.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
of what species?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I read that it's most members of the Macropus genus. Except for the red kangaroo (Macropus rufus).
anonymous
  • anonymous
Humans have 12
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Bri7ski Each of the four cells produced through Meiosis is called a "gamete." If you read the first paragraph of this article, you'll see that human gametes each have 23 chromosomes: http://www.3dscience.com/Resources/Reproductive_Cells.php

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