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When I cross a donkey(62 chromosomes) and a horse(64 chromosomes), a mule is produced that is sterile. How many chromosomes will a mule's egg or sperm cell have?
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When I cross a donkey(62 chromosomes) and a horse(64 chromosomes), a mule is produced that is sterile. How many chromosomes will a mule's egg or sperm cell have?When I cross a donkey(62 chromosomes) and a horse(64 chromosomes), a mule is produced that is sterile. How many chromosomes will a mule's egg or sperm ...
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When I cross a donkey(62 chromosomes) and a horse(64 chromosomes), a mule is produced that is sterile. How many chromosomes will a somatic mule cell have?
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When I cross a donkey(62 chromosomes) and a horse(64 chromosomes), a mule is produced that is sterile. How many chromosomes will a somatic mule cell have?When I cross a donkey(62 chromosomes) and a horse(64 chromosomes), a mule is produced that is sterile. How many chromosomes will a somatic mule cell h ...
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When I cross a donkey and a horse, a mule is produced that is sterile. What type of reproductive barrier does this represent?
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When I cross a donkey and a horse, a mule is produced that is sterile. What type of reproductive barrier does this represent?When I cross a donkey and a horse, a mule is produced that is sterile. What type of reproductive barrier does this represent? ...
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