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Meerkats are a diploid organisms with n=18.

For each of the following, indicate the total number of chromosomes, the number of pairs of homologous chromosomes and the number of pairs of sister chromatids. Indicate if the cell in question is diploid or haploid and if the daughter cell will be diploid or haploid.

A. A non-dividing skin cell

Total number of chromosomes:

Number of pairs of homologous chromosomes:

Number of pairs of sister chromatids:

Diploid or haploid?

B. A cell is prophase of meiosis I:

Total number of chromosomes:

Number of pairs of homologous chromosomes:

Number of pairs of sister chromatids:

Diploid or haploid?

Daughter cell diploid or haploid?

C. Cell in metaphase meiosis II:

Total number of chromosomes:

Number of pairs of homologous chromosomes:

Number of pairs of sister chromatids:

Diploid or haploid?

Daughter cell diploid or haploid?

D. A mature sperm cell:

Total number of chromosomes:

Number of pairs of homologous chromosomes:

Number of pairs of sister chromatids:

Diploid or haploid?

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Elin Hessel
Elin HesselLv2
28 Sep 2019

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