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Which of these is true of meiosis? A. 2n → n B. n → n C. n → 2n D. 2n → 2n

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    a

  2. anonymous
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    You start with a cell with a diploid set of chromosomes (2n). In S phase (a part of interphase), the chromosomes are doubled (4n). After meiosis, each cell has a haploid set of chromosomes. n-->n happens in fungi, when haploid mycelia cells replicate but stay haploid. I'm a bit rusty, though, so I'm not too sure. n --> 2n is fertilization 2n --> 2n is mitosis, the cell replication process for somatic cells.

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    a lil 2 much but ok

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    lol

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