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    What is the impact of chromosomal aberration during Meiosis II?

    What would happen if any of the gametes produced were crossed with any of the other gametes produced. (i.e., crossing an abnormal gamete with a normal gamete)? Be specific.

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    Meiosis II involves diploid cells dividing into haploid cells. At the end of Meiosis II, there are 4 daughter cells (gametes), each with half the chromosomes as the original cell. (See the following for details: http://biology.about.com/library/weekly/aa101900a.htm)

    If, in Meiosis II, one pair of sister chromatids fails to ...

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    The impact of chromosomal aberration during Meiosis II.