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Ploidy is the number of complete sets of chromosomes in a biological cell. In humans, the somatic cells that compose the body are diploid, but sex cells (sperm and egg) are haploid. In contrast, tetraploidy is a type of polyploidy and is common in plants, and not...
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haploid ( ) adj. Having the same number of sets of chromosomes as a germ cell or half as many as a somatic cell ... Sperms are haploid but when they are ...
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ploidy n. A multiple of the basic number of chromosomes in a cell. [From ... The haploid number (n) is the number of chromosomes in a gamete of an individual. ...
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Haploid - Definition of Haploid at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary with ... The haploid number (23 in humans) is the normal chromosome complement of ...
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Haploid's - Definition of Haploid's at Dictionary.com a ... haploid cells. ... the gametes (reproductive cells) are haploid. Compare aneuploid, diploid. ...
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Definition and other additional information on Haploid from Biology-Online.org dictionary. ... Gametes being haploid are essential particularly during fertilization. ...
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Information about haploid in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. haploid ... In most animals, only the gametes (reproductive cells) are haploid. ...
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... the number is 46. See haploid number. DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid ) ... Sex cells are produced by the meiosis process and have a haploid number of chromosomes. ...
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THE HAPLOID LIFE CYCLE. Haploid life cycle is the most common in algae (without ... Rhizopus nigricans , or black bread mold, also has a haploid life history. ...
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haploid -- Having a single set of chromosomes in the nucleus of each cell. ... haploid-diploid life cycle -- Occurs when a multicellular diploid phase, or ...
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(Redirected from Haploid stage) Jump to: navigation, search ... Two cell divisions separate the replicated chromosomes into four haploid gametes or spores. ...
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A haploid (n) only has one set of chromosomes. A diploid cell (2n) has two sets of chromosomes. Polyploidy involves three or more times the haploid number of ...
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In biology, meiosis is the process that transforms one diploid cell into four haploid cells in eukaryotes in order to redistribute the diploid's cell's genome.
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What is haploid? Meaning of haploid medical term. What does haploid mean? ... The haploid number (23 in humans) is the normal chromosome complement ... haploid ...
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Encyclopedia information on Haploid Cells ... Haploid cells are often used in sexual reproduction. ... Sex cells, however, are haploid – they have only one ...
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haploid. Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search. Wikipedia has an article on: Haploid. Wikipedia. Contents. 1 English. 1.1 ...
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Humans are diploid organisms with two sets of homologous chromosomes, but we also contain haploid sex cells with one set and half the number.
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