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I am finding this topic difficult to understand…
How can there be two HAPLOID cells produced at the end of meiosis 1, and FOUR haploid cells at the end of meiosis 2 if there isn’t any replication that happens before meiosis 2? I thought haploid meant that the cell has a single set of unpaired chromosomes, but my book diagram shows a chromosome with 2 chromatids…

Sorry if this is confusing but I just don’t understand! Thanks
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do you mean there's four diploid cells after meiosis 2?

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