In both prokaryotes and eukaryotes, how many copies of the chromosome are left after replication?
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Hey @Rushwr can you help me. i think the answer is D but im not sure
It's a bit unclear right? Cuz chromosomes never replicate it is DNA that replicates. Anyways is this during mitosis or meiosis ?
If it is during mitosis then it is B unless it is D
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can you at least explain why its B?
Hey @Shikamaru11 do you think you could help out?
Mitosis creates a duplicate with the same number of chromosomes
Eukaryotes includes plant cells too right? so in plant cells unless if it is a seed bearing plant other plants in general go through mitosis. So mitosis results in 2 identical daughter nuclei from one mother nucleus. SO the answer would be 2
well if it's mitosis then B
but It depends on the species of animal you are referring to. :) no prob. dude ;)