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 How many chromosomes from a body cell come from each parent?

Answer Each normal human body cell contains 46 chromosomes in 23 matched pairs, with each pair consisting of one chromosome from each parent. Therefore, 23 chromosomes come from each parent: one sex chrom... Read More »
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How many chromosomes are in a parent cell?

A parent cell always has a pair of every chromosome, so to determine the number of chromosomes in a parent cell, take the number of different chromosomes and double it. This means, for example, tha... Read More »
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How many chromosomes does a human body cell contain in anaphase?

Human body cells originally have 23 chromosomes. These chromosomes make copies of themselves. Consequently, when cell division begins and progresses through its stages of prophase, metaphase and an... Read More »
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Does the parent cell contain the diploid number or haploid number of chromosomes?

Parent cells, also known as sex cells, which are the sperm or the egg that contribute to the creation of the offspring, contain a haploid number of chromosomes. Because the offspring receives two s... Read More »
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Which cell structure physically moves the cell's chromosomes?

Microtubules physically move the cell's chromosomes during mitosis and meiosis. The microtubules connect to the kinetochores at the center of each chromosome pair and eventually shorten to pull the... Read More »
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