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Mid Term Exam

Question:
Why is crossing over not possible in meiosis II?
A. Because homologous chromosomes are no longer in the same cell.
B. Because the enzymes needed for it to occur are no longer present.
C. Because prophase only occurs in meiosis I.
D. Because meiosis II is much shorter than meiosis I.
Answer:
A. Because homologous chromosomes are no longer in the same cell.
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Question: Why is crossing over not possible in meiosis II? A. Because homologous chromosomes are no longer in the same cell. B. Because the enzymes needed for it to occur are no longer present. C. Because prophase only occurs in meiosis I. D. Because meiosis II is much shorter than meiosis I.
Answer: A. Because homologous chromosomes are no longer in the same cell.