REPRODUCTION
REPRODUCTION IN ORGANISMS
Question
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10


20


30


40

Detailed explanation1: So, the haploid chromosome number will be= 10/2= 5. The number of possible chromosome pairs is given by= 2n, where n is the haploid chromosome number. So, the number of chromosome pairs for having a diploid chromosome number of 10 will be= 25. So, the correct answer is ā25ā.
Detailed explanation2: Answer and Explanation: A cell with 10 chromosomes undergoes mitosis. The number of chromosomes that each of the new cells will have is c. 10 chromosomes each.
Detailed explanation3: D. Mitosis results in two identical daughter cells. If the mother cell started with 10 chromosomes each of the daughter cells resulting from mitosis will each have 10 chromosomes.
Detailed explanation4: Correct answer is option b) 20. Explanation: If the egg cell has 10 chromosomes (haploid ānā), then the number of chromosomes present in diploid cell (2n) is 20.