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Compare your models of the four haploid cells with those of other groups. Describe and explain any variation that you observe.
They reproduce sexually. Sexual reproduction is a process in which male and female gamete fuses together to form zygote. [ [ Because since gametes take part in the production of new offsprings, the male and female gamete must have equal and half the number of chromosomes so that the zygote will have same number of chromosomes as their parents. ] ]
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