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Crossing over occurs_______
during prophase I.
Which of the following is not a type of asexual reproduction? budding; fragmentation, fission, fertilization
fertilization
Separation of homologues occurs during_____________.
meiosis II.
Budding is an example of _______.
sexual reproduction
Fertilization of the haploid sperm and egg results in the restoration of the _________ number of chromosomes in the zygote.
diploid
The process in which sperm and egg cells join is called ____________.
fertilization.
The cells resultiing from meiosis in either males or females are called_____.
gametes (haploid)
A reciprocal exchange of corresponding segments of DNA is called ______ _______,
crossing over
The four haploid cells formed in the male at the end of meiosis II develop a tail and are called _______.
sperm (spermatozoa)
An individual produced by asexual reproduction that is genetically identical to its parent is called a _____________.
clone
What is a difference between meiosis I and meiosis II?
meiosis I - results in 2 diploid cells.

meiosis II - results in 4 haploid cells that will become gametes.
Crossing over occurs_______
during prophase I.
Which of the following is not a type of asexual reproduction? budding; fragmentation, fission, fertilization
fertilization
Separation of homologues occurs during_____________.
meiosis II.
Budding is an example of _______.
sexual reproduction
Fertilization of the haploid sperm and egg results in the restoration of the _________ number of chromosomes in the zygote.
diploid
The process in which sperm and egg cells join is called ____________.
fertilization.
The cells resultiing from meiosis in either males or females are called_____.
gametes (haploid)
A reciprocal exchange of corresponding segments of DNA is called ______ _______,
crossing over
The four haploid cells formed in the male at the end of meiosis II develop a tail and are called _______.
sperm (spermatozoa)
An individual produced by asexual reproduction that is genetically identical to its parent is called a _____________.
clone
What is a difference between meiosis I and meiosis II?
meiosis I - results in 2 diploid cells.

meiosis II - results in 4 haploid cells that will become gametes.