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1.15: What sorts of cells join together at fertilisation?
The two sex cells called gametes join together. This process is called fertilisation.
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1.16: How many cell divisions occurs during meiosis? what are the daughter cells formed like?
Four cell division occur during meiosis and the daughter cells are genetically identical and each have the same number of chromosomes which is half the number of chromosomes from the parent cell.
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1.17: What are clones? Cloning is an example of what reproduction ?
Clones are genetically identical individuals.Bacteria, plants, and some animals, can reproduce asexually to form clones that are genetically identical to their parent. The reproduction of clones is asexual reproduction.
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1.19: what are the advantages and disadvantages of cloning mammals?
Advantage:The creation of identical copies of animals, Of only the best animal population. Disadvantage: Mutations in cloning, somatic cells play a significant role; when these cells contains mutations, it could have lethal effects on the s
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1.20 what are embryonic stem cells?
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