REPRODUCTION
REPRODUCTION IN ORGANISMS
Question
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5


10


20


30

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: A cell with 10 chromosomes undergoes mitosis. The number of chromosomes that each of the new cells will have is c. 10 chromosomes each. Mitotic division results in two daughter cells with an identical chromosomal number and genetic content to the parental cell.
Detailed explanation3: 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.
Detailed explanation4: Answer and Explanation: If a cell containing 10 chromosomes divides by mitosis two daughter cells will be produced. Mitosis is the process of cell division and creates two identical daughter cells from one parent cell.