if 2N=Diploid which is two complete sets of chromosomes the at one complete set is haploid that means its 1n or just n= haploid
n! Or more specifically, 2n = diploid cell n = haploid cell Think of n as one set of chromosomes
This indicated the difference between a haploid and a diploid, or rather if a cell has 1 or 2 sets of chromosomes. N = Haploid (A gamete or sex cell) 2N = Diploid (Somatic cell)
Humans have a diploid count (2n) of 46 chromosomes. Knowing this, it is easy to figure out what the haploid count is by halfing 46. Therefore, the haploid number of chromosome (n) is 23 chromosomes.
Diploid. The 'di' prefix means two.
Yes, ths chromosomes remain diploid in metaphase I.
A diploid refers to a cell or an organism with two sets of chromosomes.
I think you are referring to a diploid organism: one that has two of each chromosome.
diploid is what the total number of chromosomes in an organism is
The gamete or haploid cell of an organism contains half as many chromosomes as a diploid body cell. An organism that has 32 chromosomes would produce a gamete with 16 chromosomes.
The number of chromosomes in a somatic cell.
An amphidiploid is an organism with a diploid set of chromosomes from each of its parents.
A housefly has 12 chromosomes in a diploid. Every living organism on the planet has a chromosome number represented by a diploid number (2n).
16 (haploid number = n, and diploid number =2n) so if n=8, the diploid number is 2x8 = 16