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The presence of paired chromosomes makes a diploid/germ/haploid/gamete cell, while a single member of a pair of chromosomes makes a diploid/haploid/gamete/somatic cell.

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The presence of paired chromosomes makes a diploid cell, while a single member of a pair of chromosomes makes ahaploid cell. Diploid cells. Meiosis is the process of cell division by which involving gametes. Cell division is just the same for sperm and egg cells, but they have distinguishable descriptions and labels in the process. Spermatogenesis is for the males’ sperm cells and oogenesis is the process for females’ egg cells. The cell division of meiosis involves the two phases, respectively meiosis I and meiosis II. Meiosis I like mitosis is the cell division that produces diploid cells. These diploid cells are cells that contain a complete pair of chromosomes which is 46. The result is two diploid cells after the first meiosis. To provide clear explanation, in contrast haploid cells only contain 23 chromosomes and are created after meiosis II which is 4 in number. 

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