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Explain how the combination of fusion and meiotic cell division makes it possible for two haploid cells each with lethal double-stranded DNA damage to produce four ?healthy? haploid cells. (Note: A series of drawings can help make answering this question easier. If you do use drawings assume that each haploid cell?each genome? has two chromosomes.)

Suppose that after fusion the resultant diploid cell underwent mitotic cell division (instead of meiotic cell division). What would be the major difference in how the chromosomes align prior to cell division? Briefly discuss how this alignment difference results in daughter cells generated by mitotic cell division being different than daughter cells generated by meiotic cell division.



i. Meiosis I segregates homologous chromosomes, which are joined as tetrads (2n, 4c),

 

producing two haploid cells which each contain chromatid pairs (1n, 2c). Because the

 

ploidy is reduced from...

 


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