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Q: An organism that reproduces sexually has a diploid number of 50. How many chromosomes will a gamete of this organism have?
A: An organism that reproduces sexually has a diploid number of 50. A gamete of this organism will have half that number, the haploid number of 25 chromosomes.
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An organism that reproduces sexually has a diploid number of 50. A gamete of this organism will have half that number, the haploid number of 25 chromosomes.
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