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None, gametes don't have pair of chromosomes they only carry a single set.

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46 (23 pairs)

If a cat has 19 pairs of chromosomes, each gamete will have 19 single (not pairs) of chromosomes.

You have meiosis there to give you gametes. You get half the chromosomes in case of the gametes. There are 23 pairs in normal cells and 23 single chromosomes in case of the gametes.

Gametes are haploid cells so N chromosomes.

If the parent cell has 14 pairs of chromosomes (28 total), the gametes would have 14 chromosomes. If the parent cell has 14 chromosomes, the gametes would have 7 chromosomes.

Gametes Have 23 Single Chromosomes, this means at fertilisation the pairs join together to make 23 pairs of Chromosomes. This is because Gametes are unspecialised cells so don't need all the Chromosomes that specialised cells have.

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In human gametes, chromosomes are not paired. Instead, each gamete has one set of 23 chromosomes, and is said to be haploid.

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a gamete is half the number of chromosomes so..... it would be 16

Compared to the Somatic Cell, Gametes have one-half the number of Chromosomes that a body Cell has; which is 23 Chromosomes in Gametes, while the body [somatic] Cells have a total of 46 Chromosomes [which amounts to 23 pairs of Chromosomes].

Gametes are haploid -- they have half the number of chromosomes as normal somatic (diploid) cells. Therefore, gorilla gametes will have 24 chromosomes.

10 chromosomes in there gametes

A somatic or non-sex cell has 23 pairs or 46 total chromosomes. Sex cells or gametes have a total of 23 chromosomes.

There are 14 chromosomes in a split pea cell, which are found in 7 pairs.

There are 23 pairs of chromosomes in all about 100 trillion body cells minus 25 trillion red blood cells and gametes. Red blood cells have no nucleus and so no chromosomes and gametes have half of them.

32

If it had 180 chromosomes in it's diploid stage (a normal body cell) you could expect to find 90 in its gametes.

The sex cells, or gametes, (egg and sperm) don't contain pairs of chromosomes. They each contain 23 singular chromosomes. When the egg and sperm combine, the resulting cell will have 23 pairs of chromosomes.

1260 chromosomes. 630 pairs.

There are 22 pairs of homologous chromosomes found in body cells of humans. This means that there are 43 individual chromosomes.

20 chromosomes

There are 23 pairs of chromosomes in adult humans.

The body cells of a horse have 64 chromosomes, so the gametes will have 32 chromosomes.

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