Gamete

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Gamete is a reproductive (germ) cell that contains only one set of [[Chromosome|chromosomes]] - [[haploid|haploid]]. Produced by a&nbsp;cell division process called [[Meiosis|meiosis]]&nbsp;<ref name="null">Daniel L. Hartl, Elizabeth W. Jones (2009) 'Genetics. Analysis of genes and genomes', Jones and Bartlett publishers, Inc., Sudbury, Massachusetts, USA, 7th edition: 83</ref>.<br>  
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Gamete is a reproductive (germ) cell that contains only one set of [[Chromosome|chromosomes]] - [[Haploid|haploid]]. Produced by a&nbsp;[[Cell_division|cell division]] process called [[Meiosis|meiosis]]&nbsp;<ref name="null">Daniel L. Hartl, Elizabeth W. Jones (2009) 'Genetics. Analysis of genes and genomes', Jones and Bartlett publishers, Inc., Sudbury, Massachusetts, USA, 7th edition: 83</ref>.<br>  
  
 
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Revision as of 22:45, 1 December 2015

Gamete is a reproductive (germ) cell that contains only one set of chromosomes - haploid. Produced by a cell division process called meiosis [1].

References

  1. Daniel L. Hartl, Elizabeth W. Jones (2009) 'Genetics. Analysis of genes and genomes', Jones and Bartlett publishers, Inc., Sudbury, Massachusetts, USA, 7th edition: 83
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