Why do gametes have only half the number of chromosomes? Explain?
Asked by anisha.bts77 | 15th Feb, 2021, 11:22: PM
PLease click on Haploid Gametes to view the solution to your query.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 16th Feb, 2021, 11:37: AM
- mitosis and meiosis occurs in which cell ?
- what do mean byidentical dautercell
- the process during which meiosis occurs in human beings
- Why is the number of chromosomes halved in meiosis while it remains constant in mitosis ?
- what is the couses of synapsis
- Name the following 1 . The exchange of chromatids parts between the maternal and the paternal chromatids of a pair of homologous chromosome during meiosis .
- What is chaisma ?
- The exchange chromatid part between the meternal and paternal pair of the homologus chromosome during meosis
- What is synapsis?
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