Meiosis Nice

Meiosis begins when two sex cells, an egg and a sperm, combine to form one cell. This cell mixes the genetic information of the sex cells and then splits into two non identical cells through PMAT. Those cells split into four daughter cells through PMAT, which are identical in pairs of two.

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