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Biology questions about meiosis

What kind of cells does meiosis produce? Gametes
Does meiosis start haploid or diploid? Diploid
The second phases of meiosis looks like...? Mitosis
What is crossing over? Homologous chromosomes touch and exchange genes to get a new combination.
Starts with one cell, ends with...? Four gametes
What happens in prophase I? Chromatin condenses. Homologous chromosomes pair up and exchange genetic material.
What happens in metaphase I? Chromosomes that have crossed over line up randomly(independent assortment) in the middle of the cell
What happens in anaphase I? Homologous chromosomes separate and move to poles of the cell. Sister chromosomes do not separate, but homologous pairs drift apart.
What happens in telophase I? Nuclear envelope begins to reform. There are two cells, both are considered haploid as there is only one of each chromosome.
What is cytokinesis? The division of the cytoplasm
The two cells have ___ copy(s) of each chromosome in each cell 2
Gametes only have ___ copy(s) of each chromosome, so the cells must undergo another division 1
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