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can somebody help me find the Description the biological purpose of meiosis?? idk where 2 find itt!:/ and it diddnt show up when i typed it in google..

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meiosis itself is a biological process. so how it should posses a separate biological purpose? the final aim as a biologic process is to make maximum adaptable crossing overs which can withstand the evolutionary selection.
whaaaat? lol can u make it so its easier 2 understand? please?

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@starwardd.. i still need help..:/
Meiosis produces gametes - eggs from females and sperm from males. This means that sexual reproduction can take place so genes can be mixed. Meiotic crossovers can take place too, allowing for more combinations of genes in an individual.
thank u:)
sorry kelly226 i was busy with some work, i think ebaxter01 clarified it very well. @ebaxter01Thank you.

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