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# How many ways can a diploid organism line up in metaphase 1 ofmeosis if it has five chromosomes?

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Q: How many ways can a diploid organism line up in metaphase 1 ofmeosis if it has five chromosomes?
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### Does diploid occur during metaphase 1?

Yes, ths chromosomes remain diploid in metaphase I.

### What is diploid condition?

A diploid refers to a cell or an organism with two sets of chromosomes.

### Is is an organism or cell with two sets of chromosomes?

I think you are referring to a diploid organism: one that has two of each chromosome.

### When gametes combine to form a zygote the chromosomes number of the zygote is now referred to as?

diploid is what the total number of chromosomes in an organism is

### If an organism has 16 chromosomes in each of its egg cells the organisms diploid number is 32?

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.

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### Diploid number of an organism describe what?

The number of chromosomes in a somatic cell.

### What is an amphidiploid?

An amphidiploid is an organism with a diploid set of chromosomes from each of its parents.

### How many chromosomes does a horsetail have?

A housefly has 12 chromosomes in a diploid. Every living organism on the planet has a chromosome number represented by a diploid number (2n).

### An organism has a haploid number of 20. What is the organism's diploid number?

16 (haploid number = n, and diploid number =2n) so if n=8, the diploid number is 2x8 = 16

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Thirteen (A+)