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if a cell has 64 chromosomes together, all the offspring cells will have 64 chromosomes each.

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Q: If a cell division has 64 chromosomes how many chromosomes will the new cells have after cell division?
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How many chromosomes are found in a human cell after mitotic cell division?

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There are 23 pairs of chromosomes in a haploid cell (sex cell) formed by meiosis.


How many chromosomes are daughter cells compared to parent cells in mitosis?

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What produces new cells with each having half as many chromosomes as the original cell?

Meiosis produces new cells with each having half as many chromosomes as the original cell. It is a type of cellular division that is also referred to as a reduction cell division.


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How many chromosomes do human cells have after mitosis and cell division?

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Which type of cell division produces cells with the same number of chromosomes?

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How many chromosomes are in a cell that is about to divide?

Twice the number in the cell. So if the cell normally has 46 chromosomes, such as in somatic human cells, the dividing cell would have 92 chromosomes just before division. With germ cells such as sperm and egg this would be half that. Sperm and egg cells in humans would contain 23 chromosomes and 46 just before division.With N representing the number of chromosomes in an organism:Mitosis (somatic cells) 2N -> 4N division -> 2N


How many chromosomes are in the original cell compared to those in the new cell formed by cell divisions?

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What many chromosomes would each daughter cells have in mitosis?

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How many chromosomes does a human cell begin and end with during cell division?

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What is the special kind of cell division in which sex cells are produced with half as many chromosomes as in other cells?

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During normal mitotic cell division a parent cell having four chromosomes will produce two daughter cells each containing how many chromosomes?

Four chromosomes


How many diploid cells result from the cell cyle?

At the end of cell division, there are two identical daughter cells with the same number of chromosomes.


How many chromosomes are in the original cell compared to those in the new cells formed by cell division?

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A cell at the end of prophase has 4 chromosomes how many chromosomes did the original parent cell have?

Mitosis is the process of creating new cells through cell division. A cell that has 4 chromosomes at the end of prophase had two chromosomes at the original stage.


How many chromosomes do mitosis cells have at the end of mitosis?

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Each daughter cell resulting from mitotic cell division has how many chromosomes as the parent cell?

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How many chromosomes are in the new daughter cell mitosis?

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How many chromosomes does a cell have before division?

46 Chromosomes


Does a daughter cell resulting from mitotic cell division has exactly as many chromosomes as the parent cell?

Yes, and the chromosomes in the daughter cells are also genetically identical to each other and to those in the parent cell.