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Wed January 02, 2013 By:
 

ehat are the differences between deploid and heploid

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Wed January 02, 2013
Diploid (2n) means containing two complete sets of chromosomes, one from each parent. The normal body cells i.e. autosomal cells are diploid.
Haploid (n) on the other hand means having a single set of unpaired chromosomes, as in the gametes.
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