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Q: When do organisms use mitosis and meiosis.?
A: Meiosis occurs in diploid cells. The chromosomes duplicate once, and through two successive divisions, four haploid cells are produced, each with half the chromosome number of the parental cell.
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User: When do organisms use mitosis and meiosis.?

Weegy: Meiosis occurs in diploid cells. The chromosomes duplicate once, and through two successive divisions, four haploid cells are produced, each with half the chromosome number of the parental cell.
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User: When do organisms use the process of mitosis and meiosis.?

Weegy: In biology, meiosis is a process of reductional division in which the number of chromosomes per cell is cut in half.
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