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What form of genetic variation occurs in prophase I ?
female gametes are
What kind of cell is denoted by 2n?
In what stage of Meiosis does the nuclear envelope dissolve?
The nuclear envelope reforms in this phase
4 gametes are formed in this phase
What form of genetic variation occurs when homologous chromosomes exchange genes?
chromosomes line up on the equator in this phase
When chromatids separate they are then called
what form of genetic variation occurs because there are many possible sperm that can fertilize an egg?
centrioles are made up of these
What is the name of a cell with only one set of chromosomes?
male gametes are
During Meiosis in females 3 of the eggs formed die and are called these
What Process creates gametes in Diploid organisms?
what is the name of the apparatus that moves chromosomes?
How many chromosomes does an adult human have?
What form of genetic variation occurs due to different combinations of the gametes 23 chromosomes?
What is the name of a cell with two sets of chromosomes?
Spindle fibers attach to the centromere of homologous chromosomes in this phase
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In what stage of Meiosis do the chromosomes coil up?
Genetic Variation helps organisms to
In what stage of Meiosis does the spindle form
What kind of cell is denoted by n?
these are haploid reproductive cells
two haploid cells form during this phase
Homologous chromosomes are pulled to the poles in this phase
What Process creates gametes in Haploid organisms?
Are chromatids in the same chromosome identical?
Chromosomes are pulled apart at the centromere in this stage
How many chromosomes are in a Human gamete?
two chromatids join at this
These extend from the centrioles and attach to chromosomes
Spindles dissolve in this phase
Recently separated chromosomes are pulled to the poles in this phase
Cytokinesis occurs in this phase
Homologous Chromosomes line up on the equator in this phase
4 haploid cells are created in this phase
Spindle fibers attach to either side of a chromosome's centromere in this stage

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