Division of meiotic-separation of homologous

In which division of meiotic does the separation of homologous take place? What are the ploidies of generated cells subsequent to the ending of that process?




The separation or division of the homologous chromosomes takes place in the primary division of the meiosis, or meiosis I. After end of this cell division or separation two haploid cells are prepared, each having or encompassing dissimilar chromosomes (without set of the homologous). Note that in cells generated subsequent to meiosis I each chromosome is steady duplicated because homologous chromosomes and not identical chromatids were divided.

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