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Ch. 12 Meiosis

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Alleles Each part of a gene that codes for a specific trait.
Sexual Reproduction Reproductive method in which there are two parents and the offspring receives genes based on the parents' genes.
Haploid Having one type of each type of chromosome characteristic of the species.
Crossing Over Process in which two chromosomes of a homologous pair exchange equal segment in each other during prophase l.
Fertilization Fusion of two gametes to form a zygote.
Gametes Mature Reproductive Cells.
Meiosis Nuclear division process that halves the chromosome number. Basis of sexual reproduction.
Zygote Fertilized egg cell; The first cell of a new individual.
Germ Cells Immature cells containing half the amount of chromosomes of a somatic cell and can combine with another one belonging to someone of the other gender to form a gamete.
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