S.V.T. terminale C - Biologie - Moléculaire

Cycle haploîde et diploîde*


The Haploid-diploid Cycle of Sexual Reproduction

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(A) Cells in higher eucaryotic organisms proliferate in the diploid phase to form a multicellular organism; only the gametes (the egg and the sperm) are haploid. (B) Sexual reproduction parcels out chromosomes in new combinations. Humans, for example, have 23 chromosomes per gamete. For simplicity, only one chromosome is shown for each gamete.


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