Chapter 13 - Biology Test

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When we say an organism is haploid, we mean

1. Its cells all have one chromosome
2. It has one half of a chromosome
3. Its cells have a single set of chromosomes
4. Its cells have two sets of chromosomes
5. Its cells have half of one set of chromosomes

Answer:
3. its cells have a single set of chromosomes

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