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Which definition correctly describes a haploid cell during meiosis? Can anyone help?

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    choices?

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    @Hero Can you help me please Answer choices a cell that has double the number of chromosomes as the parent cell a cell that has two complete sets of chromosomes a cell that has half the number of chromosomes as the daughter cell a cell that has one complete set of chromosomes

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    cell that has one complete set of chromosomes correctly describes a haploid cell during meiosis.

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    d

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    Thanks :)

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    :)

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