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A ferret's haploid number of chromosomes is 20. How would the number of chromosomes in the ferret's body cells compare to the number of chromosomes in its gametes? A. Its body cells would have 20 chromosomes, and its gametes would have 40 chromosomes. B. Its body cells and gametes would both have 40 chromosomes. C. Its body cells and gametes would both have 20 chromosomes. D. Its body cells would have 40 chromosomes, and its gametes would have 20 chromosomes.

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  1. anonymous
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    this is a tough one

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    exactly why i need help :/ :(

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    D. Its body cells would have 40 chromosomes, and its gametes would have 20 chromosomes.

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