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- Wed Oct 19, 2011 9:13 pm
- Forum: Cell Biology
- Topic: Meiosis produce haploid cells, twice. How?
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no no no no no no A diploid cell is in interphase and doubles it's DNA to make chromosomes with two chromatids(sister chromatids). When it enters meiosis 1 the homologous chromosomes get separated and each chromosome of the homologous pair goes to a new cell. So in meiosis 1 you get two haploid cell...