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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.
The two basic functions of meiosis are to: maintain chromosome number through generations, and to cause genetic variations by recombination.
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