Chapter 10 Meiosis
- Rutgers University - New Brunswick/Piscataway
- Biology 101
- Chapter 10 Meiosis
Last Modified: 2011-12-03
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1. Involves two nuclear and cytoplasmic divisions, producing up to 4 cells.
2. The DNA only duplicates once during S phase in interphase.
3. Each of the 4 cells contains only the haploid number. One chromosome set containing only one representative of each homologous pair.
4. Haploid cells have unique genes because homolgous pairs are shuffled.
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