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which of these is true of meiosis?
Significance of meiosis: During meiosis, a definite and constant number of chromosomes in the organisms are maintained. By means of crossing over which takes place during meiosis, [ it provides a chance for the exchange of genes and thus resulting in genetic variations among species. A diploid cell produces four haploid cells by undergoing meiotic divisions The chromosomes of the daughter cells
contain a mixture of both paternal and maternal genes i.e. its genetic constitution differs. ]
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User: which of these is true of meiosis?

Weegy: Significance of meiosis: During meiosis, a definite and constant number of chromosomes in the organisms are maintained. By means of crossing over which takes place during meiosis, [ it provides a chance for the exchange of genes and thus resulting in genetic variations among species. A diploid cell produces four haploid cells by undergoing meiotic divisions The chromosomes of the daughter cells contain a mixture of both paternal and maternal genes i.e. its genetic constitution differs. ]
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User: which of these is true of meiosis? A. n-2n B. n-n C.2n-n D.2n-2n

User: crossing-over incolces the exchange of gentic iformation between A. sex chromosomes B. sister chromatids C. homologues D. chromatids

Weegy: Crossing-over involves the exchange of genetic information between C. homologues. The pairing of homologues brings together the near-identical sequences found on each chromosome, and this sets the stage for crossing over. [ [ ] ]
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User: a parent with type AB blood could not produce a child with type

Weegy: a parent with type AB blood could not produce a child with type 0
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