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Random Assortment of Chromosomes During Meiosis.docx

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Department
Biology
Course
BIOL 2330
Professor
J.Kalra
Semester
Winter

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 Random Assortment of Chromosomes During Meiosis  These pairs line up diff random combinations in every sex cell every time they divide  The line of chromosome pairs separate into 2 daughter cells  Each daughter cell will enter either the father’s or the mother’s version of each chromosome What This Means for Humans with Their 23 Sets of Chromosomes  The number of different possible combinations for each gamete (male or female) is over 8,000,000.  The number of different individuals that could possibly result from one human mating is about 70,000,000,000,000!  The human male can produce several hundred million sperm a day from puberty until death, and
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