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There are 4 haploid daughter cells resulting from each meiotic process (single parent cell to daughter cells).

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Q: What is the product of a single cell that has gone through meiosis?
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Is a body cell a product of meiosis?

NO, A body cell is not a product of meiosis it's the product of mitosis.


What is the product of meiosis in a plant cell?

A) Spore


How many cells result from a single cell undergoing meiosis in a frog?

Four cells result from a single cell undergoing meiosis in a frog.


How many gametes does a single primary cell produce in meiosis?

A primary cell produces four gametes through two divisions.


What kinds of cells are produces from meiosis?

Meiosis is a special kind of cell division that produces haploid (1n) cells. During meiosis, a single cell goes through two cell divisions (meiosis I and meiosis II.) Meiosis takes place only in the reproductive tissues of an organism.


Why is meiosis divided into Meiosis you and Meiosis II?

Meiosis is divided into Meiosis I and Meiosis II because a cell goes through two cell divisions in Meiosis. The purpose of Meiosis 1 is to separate homologous chromosomes, whereas the purpose of Meiosis II is to separate sister chromatids. The two are considered phases of Meiosis (as opposed to phases of the cell cycle as a whole) because there is no gap between Meiosis 1 and Meiosis 2; A cell that goes through Meiosis I will immediately go through Meiosis II.


What organisms go through meiosis?

Sexual cells. For example, in a mammal the cells that undergo meiosis are the sperm cell and the egg cell when they combine. Meiosis can also occur in a plant, though both the male and female parts of a plant are in a single flower.


What do we call that daughter cell that's the product of meiosis?

a gamete


How many daughter cells are produced in mitosis and meiosis?

In mitosis two daughter cells are produced from a single cell and in case of meiosis four daughter cells are produced from a single cell.


How do the product's of meiosis compare to the original cell?

Meiosis results in 4 haploid daughter cells with only half the number of chromosomes of the original cell.


What is the type of cell division that occurs in gametes?

Meiosis is the type of cell division that createsgametes.Gametes do not undergo cellular division - they are the end result or product of meiosis.


How many daughter cells result from the original cell during meiosis?

2 daughter cells are the product of meiosis

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