What types of gametes result from each type of meiotic nondisjunction?

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Meiosis I nondisjunction results in four aneuploid cells, whereas meiosis II nondisjunction results in two aneuploid cells and two normal diploid cells.

Meiosis I nondisjunction results in four normal diploid cells, whereas meiosis II nondisjunction results in four aneuploid cells.

Meiosis I nondisjunction results in two aneuploid cells and two normal diploid cells, whereas meiosis II nondisjunction results in four aneuploid cells.

Meiosis I nondisjunction results in four aneuploid cells, whereas meiosis II nondisjunction results in four normal diploid cells.

 

asked May 29, 2013 in Genetics by GeneX ~Top Expert~ (7,947 points)
    

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Meiosis I nondisjunction results in four aneuploid cells, whereas meiosis II nondisjunction results in two aneuploid cells and two normal diploid cells.

 

answered May 29, 2013 by GeneX ~Top Expert~ (7,947 points)

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