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30 March, 11:45

What is unique about the cells that are created at the end of meiosis II?

They contain half the genetic material of their mother cells, and they become gametes.

They contain twice the genetic material as their mother cells, and they become gametes.

They contain twice the genetic material as their mother cells, and they become skin.

They contain half the genetic material of their mother cells, and they become skin cells.

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  1. 30 March, 12:38
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    The correct answer is; They contain half the genetic material of their mother cells, and they become gametes.

    Meiosis is a type of cell division which occurs in germ cells to produce gametes or sex cells. During meiosis mother cell divides to form four daughter cells (gametes or sex cells) each with half the number of chromosomes. Each gamete has unique combination of DNA.
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