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alexsoule
 one year ago
Fruit flies have a diploid number of 8, and honeybees have a diploid number of 32. In which case will crossing over have greater impact on genetic variation?
alexsoule
 one year ago
Fruit flies have a diploid number of 8, and honeybees have a diploid number of 32. In which case will crossing over have greater impact on genetic variation?

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mo3zhassan
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.3in the 32 one; choromoses divisions nucleus undergoes so many successive diviions so crossing over occurs :)

KnitWit
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0In the honeybee. The more diploid cells, the more intermixing there is, and therefore a greater impact on the variation of the genes. Hope I helped!
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