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Dec 14, 2016



Skin cells are diploid (blood, skin, muscle cells, etc.)

Sex cells (sperm, egg cells) are haploid cells.

In meiosis, a diploid cell splits into 4 haploid cells.

Diploid cells are cells that contain pairs of chromosomes, whereas haploid cells contain one chromosome from each pair of chromosomes.

(Just learned this in my science class about a week ago ;))