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2014-10-09T20:28:32+05:30
  The form of cell division that creates gametes, or sex cells (eggs or sperm) is called meiosis
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2014-10-09T20:43:05+05:30
A form of cell division happening in sexually reproducing organisms by which two consecutive nuclear divisions (meiosis I and meiosis II) occur without the chromosomal replication in between, leading to the production of four haploid gametes (sex cells), each containing one of every pair of homologous chromosomes (that is, with the maternal and paternal chromosomes being distributed randomly between the cells).
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