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What is the diploid from cells?
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Which cells of an animal are diploid and which are hapliod?
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What are diploid cells give an example of a diploid cell in the human body?
Diploid cells are cells that have the full number of chromosomes and so have two copies of each chromosome. For example, all human diploid cells have 46 chromosomes (23 pairs). All human cells are diploid, excluding the gametes (sperm cells and egg cells), which are haploid. Examples of diploid cells in humans are muscle cells and liver cells.
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At the end of mitosis are cells haploid or diploid?
Asked in Zoology or Animal Biology, Genetics
Are fingers made of diploid cells or haploid cells?
Which cells in the body are haploid and which are diploid?