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One full cycle of meiosis produces -two haploid cells -four haploid cells -two diploid cells -four diploid cells

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    4 hapliod cells

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    Meiosis produces four different cells with DNA that is genetically different from the parent germ cell. We call these cells haploid also because they have half the genetic material of the parent germ cell. That is they contain 23 chromosomes.

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