What are two events during meiosis that increase the genetic diversity of the daughter cells produced?
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Recall that you need to choose two phases from these:
- Prophase I
- Metaphase I
- Anaphase I
- Telophase I
- Prophase II
- Metaphase II
- Anaphase II
- Telophase II
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& the Q itself is asking for 2 phases.
i know, but it still helps
Okay.. now what have you learned so far about meiosis ?
i know which phases do what
@Aureyliant this is what i got
Meiosis phase one cytokenesis, due to the sets of chromosomes that are different from the other daughter cells
Meiosis phase two cytokinesis, because of the second split of the daughter cells