Q.how is the normal member of chromosome restored in a progeny?

Asked by deepitapai | 1st Feb, 2009, 05:46: PM

Expert Answer:

This happens through sexual reproduction. When the male and female gamete (both of which are haploid) fuse with each other, a zygote is formed which is diploid. This zygote develops to form the offspring. So every cell in the offspring will now have the diploid set, i.e. the normal number of chromosomes.

Answered by  | 1st Feb, 2009, 08:16: PM

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