How many chromosomes are in sex cell compared to regular cell?
Half the number of a regular cell
How many chromosomes are in the original cell compared to those in the new cell formed by cell divisions?
Determine how many chromosomes are in the original cell compared to those in the new cell formed by cell division Explain?
If a sperm from a bull contains 30 chromosomes then how many chromosomes are found in the bull's liver cell?
How many chromosome are in the original cell compared to those in the new cells formed by cell division?
When mitosis produces two daughters cells how many chromosomes compared to the original cell does each one have?
The absolute number depends on the parent organism, but there are half the number of chromosomes present in a haploid cell as compared to the parental diploid cell. In humans diploid cells have 46 chromosomes, and haploid cells have 23. A diploid chromosome Set is a Paired Set; the haploid chromosome Set is a complete set of the Organism's chromosomes - UNPAIRED, as in Unique.
The diploid body cells of a frog contains 26 chromosomes If these cells undergo mitosis how many chromosomes will be in each new cell?
How many chromosomes does each new cell contain after mitosis if the original cell had 52 original cell chromosomes?
It has 46 chromosomes because it is a body cell. All body cells have 46 chromosomes except our sex cells, which have 23. Body cells are refered to as 2n, or diploid, while sex cells are just n, or haploid. When sex cells combine they form another regular body cell, because the chromosomes come together.