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What is the process in which four hapliod daughter cells from one dipliod cell?


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Answered 2007-11-20 02:44:09

Meiosis. This is how the sex cells (sperm and eggs) are formed.

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GAMETOGENSIS IS PRODUCTION OF HAPLIOD CELLS BY DIPLIOD MULTICELLULER ORGANISMS BY THE OF MEIOSIS.IT DIVIDE INTO ALMOST TWO SIMILAR PROCESSES-OOGENESIS AND SPERMATOGENESIS.THE PRIMORDIAL GERM CELLS DIVIDE AND UNDERGO MEIOSIS TO FORM GAMETES


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Mitosis is a process that produces daughter cells.


The process of meiosis produces four daughter cells. This is in contrast to the process of mitosis, which produces two daughter cells.


Diploid cells are regular cells and haploid cells are sex cells.


No - it is the splitting of the cytoplasm to create daughter cells.


Daughter cells formed when a cell divides into two cells through a process called mitosis


The daughter cells form during the process of cytokinesis.


Cytokenesis is the process by which a single cell splits in to two "daughter" cells.


After the completion of meiosis, four daughter cells are formed. These four daughter cells have haploid (half) number of chromosomes in them.


It depends on the process. Daughter cells created by mitosis are identical to the original cell (diploid), whereas daughter cells from meiosis are haploid.


Mitosis produces daughter cells that are genetically identical to their parent cell


Mitosis is the the process at which body cells divide and reproduce. The daughter cells will have the same amount of chromosomes as the parent cells after the process of Mitosis is over. Meiosis is the process at which reproductive cells divide and reproduce. The daughter cells will have 1/2 the number of chromosomes as the parent cells.


Cell that has half the number of chromosomes as body cells.


During a process called 'meiosis' at the end of telophase which ends in cytokinesis - the process by which the daughter cells separate.


Mitosis is the cell division process in which two identical daughter cells are produced.



The process that divides organelles between two daughter cells is mitosis. Mitosis is the basis of how we replicate cells.


2There are two daughter cells left after the process of mitosis.


Mitotic cell division produces two daughter cells, each of which is genetically identical.




in mitosis a cell divides in 2daughter cell have same num.of chromosome as parent but in meisos one dipliod (pair of chromosome) divides in 4haploid daughter cells (not in pair)


The type of cell division that produces four haploid daughter cells as opposed to two diploid daughter cells is meiosis.


The chromosomes of the daughter cells are identical to the chromosomes of the parent cell.



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