What is the basic type of cell found in the simplest animals? haploid diploid
The basic type of cell found in the simplest animals is the diploid. Thus, the answer is the second choice. Diploid is used to refer to the cell with a pair of chromosomes. Even if the gametes have haploid cells, the simplest eukaryote has a diploid type of cell.
the type of cells that found in the simplest animals is: A. Haploid Haploid cells only have half of the chromosome of the diploid cells. Which means everytime organisms with haploid cells reproduce, they produce an exact same offspring as its parents while diploid's offspring have the combination of both its parents' genetic