8. A cell undergoes MEIOSIS. How do the gametes it produces compare with the original cell and with one another? A.


8. A cell undergoes MEIOSIS. How do the gametes it produces compare with the original cell and with one another?
A. The gametes are genetically identical with the parent cell and with one another. B. The gametes have half the chromosomes of the parent cell, and are genetically identical with one another. C. The gametes have half the chromosomes of the parent cell, and are genetically different from one another. D. The gametes have one fourth of the chromosomes of the parent cell, and are genetically identical with one another.​


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