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Which set of terms represents a haploid/diploid pair?

  • a) Gamete/gametophyte
  • b) Sporophyte/gametophyte
  • c) Spore/sporophyte
  • d) Zygote/egg
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Cells that contains complete set (2n numbers) of chromosomes are called diploid cells. Cells that contains half number (n) of chromosomes are called haploid cells. Haploid are spore, gametophyte, and gamete. Diploid are sporophyte and zygote. Option C list one each from haploid and diploid cell types. More on haploid and diploid in sexual reproduction lecture slides.
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sangameswar
Spore/sporophyte
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