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 markone Apr15-11 03:29 AM

what is Mechanism of DNA double from 1N to 2N

what is Mechanism of DNA double from 1N to 2N ?

 mishrashubham Apr15-11 09:08 AM

Re: what is Mechanism of DNA double from 1N to 2N

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 Quote by markone (Post 3247783) what is Mechanism of DNA double from 1N to 2N ?
I didn't exactly get your question but i can give you a general idea about ploidy (number of chromosomes).

When a cell is not reproducing, it has two sets of each chromosome i.e. '2n' (diploid condition). Meiosis results in the production of germ cells which instead of two have just one set of each chromosome i.e. 'n' (haploid condition).

 markone Apr15-11 10:35 AM

Re: what is Mechanism of DNA double from 1N to 2N

thank you
OK let make question clearly
after Meiosis
when we have tow cell each one has chromosome i.e. 'n' how double chromosome i.e to be
2n

 mishrashubham Apr15-11 10:53 AM

Re: what is Mechanism of DNA double from 1N to 2N

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 Quote by markone (Post 3248284) thank you OK let make question clearly after Meiosis when we have tow cell each one has chromosome i.e. 'n' how double chromosome i.e to be 2n
I am really sorry but I still didn't get your question. Is it something like this?
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 How does a haploid cell turn into a diploid cell?
If this is the question then the answer is that haploid cells do not turn in to diploid cells. All somatic cells (cells which are not germ cells) naturally have 2 sets of each chromosome. It is only the germ cell which help in reproduction that have only one set of the chromosomes.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cell_cycle
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitosis
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meiosis
http://www.diffen.com/difference/Meiosis_vs_Mitosis

 DavidMcC Apr27-11 09:28 AM

Re: what is Mechanism of DNA double from 1N to 2N

Markone, obviously, English isn't your first language! Are you referring to the the possibility of genome duplication as a meiosis error? This would lead to 2n chromosomes where there would normally be only n.

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