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Cell division and inheritance
Mitosis produces daughter cells with:
fewer chromosomes than the parent cell
more chromosomes than the parent cell
the same number of chromosomes as the parent cell
As a result of mitosis, how many cells are produced?
How many pairs of chromosomes does a human body cell contain?
Which statement about sex chromosomes is correct?
Females are XY and males are XX.
Females and males are XX.
Females are XX and males are XY.
Where are the cell's chromosomes found?
In its nucleus.
In its cytoplasm.
In its mitochondria.
Compared to a body cell, a gamete contains:
half the genetic information
the same amount of genetic information
twice the genetic information
No copies of the chromosomes are made.
Gametes are formed, each with a single set of chromosomes.
The cell divides four times to form four gametes.