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A) State what type of cells each cell division type produces. Mitosis and Meiosis

B) State if the cells before each type of cell division are haploid or diploid. Mitosis and Meiosis

C) State if the cells after each type of cell division are haploid or diploid. Mitosis and Meiosis

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  1. Marilynn
    Mitosis produces two daughter cells that are genetically identical to each other, and to the parental cell. A diploid cell starts with 2N chromosomes and 2X DNA content. After DNA replication, the cells is still genetically diploid (2N chromosome number), but has 4X DNA content because each chromosome has replicated its DNA. Each chromosome now consists of a joined pair of identical sister chromatids. During mitosis the sister chromatids separate and go to opposite ends of the dividing cell. Mitosis ends with 2 identical cells, each with 2N chromosomes and 2X DNA content. All eukaryotic cells replicate via mitosis, except germline cells that undergo meiosis (see below) to produce gametes (eggs and sperm).
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