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What happens to the nimber of chromosomes per cell in the first division of meiosis?

I am doing question on meiosis and i need to know about meiosis cell division.
Question asked by: teasleyj

Asked on: 24 Sep 2008

There is an interesting difference in this first stage.

Basically the number of cells actually gets doubled as you would expect however the number of chromosomes does not. This results in there being half the number of chromosomes per cell.

By: knowitall
Replied at: 25 Sep 2008
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