Chapter 13

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Which of the following occurs in meiosis but not in mitosis?

A) Chromosome replication

B) Synapsis of chromosomes

C) Production of daughter cells

D) Alignment of chromosomes at the equator

E) Condensation of chromatin



Answer:

B) Synapsis of chromosomes



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