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    For A, the daughter cells produced in mitosis are identical to each other and the parent cell. In meiosis, daughter cells with half the genetic information of the parent cell are produced so that when they fuse with another gamete they don't have twice as much genetic information as they should.
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    For A, the daughter cells produced in mitosis are identical to each other and the parent cell. In meiosis, daughter cells with half the genetic information of the parent cell are produced so that when they fuse with another gamete they don't have twice as much genetic information as they should.
    Hi, I managed to correct in my second go, thanks!
 
 
 
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