anonymous
  • anonymous
crossing over between nonsister chromatids during meiosis is significant in heredity. This process most likely leads to an increase in which of the following? a. The expression of dominant traits b. Number of gametes c. The occurrence of polyploidy d. Genetic variation
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F_Jayyy
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Im pretty sure it is genetic variation since it is crossing over between nonsister chromatids during meiosis...its been a while since ive done biology so let me know
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thanks :)
BluePatriot
  • BluePatriot
I ultimately want to say D
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  • anonymous
ok thanks guys :)
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No prob, bob

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