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All the chromosomes in a diploid cell are paired. True False
Yes because haploid contains 23 chromosomes, and in order for it to be diploid it has to have a complete set of chromosomes
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User: All the chromosomes in a diploid cell are paired. True False





Weegy: Yes because haploid contains 23 chromosomes, and in order for it to be diploid it has to have a complete set of chromosomes
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User: The nuclear envelope disintegrates during _____. metaphase prophase anaphase telophase

Weegy: It disintegrates during prophase
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User: Which of the following expressions is not a function of mitosis? production of gametes growth replacement of cells repair of injury

Weegy: Reformat the question please
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User: The cell plate is formed during _____. metaphase prophase telophase anaphase

Weegy: It is formed during cytokinesis
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