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26 August, 20:50

In meiosis, as opposed to mitosis,

A) genetically identical daughter cells are produced.

B) pairing of homologous chromosomes occurs.

C) crossing over cannot take place.

D) there is no cytokinesis.

E) only two daughter cells are formed.

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  1. 26 August, 22:09
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    The answer is option B, when homologous chromosomes are paired it is called Synapsis and happens in Meiosis only.
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