A human somatic cell contains 46 chromosomes How many chromosomes would be found in a human zygote if meiosis failed to occur in both parents?
It is one of the following all of the cells of an organism a reproductive cell a developing embro plants only the liver
Meiosis occurs only in the Ukorytos
meiosis occurs in the overies and the testies.....there is 2 stage of meiosis...meiosis 1 and meiosis
In bryophytes, particularly ferns, meiosis takes place is the stuctures called sorus. These are small dustlike brown dots lining the underside of ferns. The sori contain repro…ductive cells that produce spores.
It occurs in reproductive cells.
meiosis has to occur to reduce the chromosomes
Meiosis generates gametes (sperm and eggs cells). The combination of the gametes makes the zygotes. So, the process meiosis produces only half of a zygote.
Meosis occurs in gametes. It is a type of cell replication that happens in haploid cells (cells that have half the chromosomal number of a normal cell). It is split into… stages: Interphase, prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase and cytokinesis.
The two gametes (sperm and egg) are produced through meiosis. The zygote is formed only when the sperm fertilizes the egg.
wall of the uterus
A zygote is created by the fertilization of two haploid cells created by meiosis. Because a zygote is fertilized by two haploid cells, it is diploid. It then has to divide and… grow though mitosis like any other body cells.
One thing that happens in meiosis that does not occur in meiosis is that produces 2 cellular divisions. This occurs as a direct result of sexual reproduction.