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    Suppose that meiosis occurs in the transient diploid stage of the cycle of a haploid organism of chromosome number "n". What is the probability that an individual haploid resulting from the meiotic division will have a complete parental set of centromeres (that is, a set all from one parent or all from the other parent)?

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    The meiosis for haploid organism is examined. The probability that an individual haploid results from the meiotic division is determined.

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