ehat are the differences between deploid and heploid

Asked by  | 2nd Jan, 2013, 06:57: AM

Expert Answer:

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.

Answered by  | 2nd Jan, 2013, 11:50: AM

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