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Select all that apply. The two basic functions of meiosis are to _____. maintain chromosomal health. generate new chromosomal numbers. maintain chromosome number through generations. cause
genetic variations by recombination. produce new types of organisms.
Cause genetic variations by recombination and to maintain chromosome number through generations
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