When a diploid plant produces diploid gametes due to nondisjunction during meiosis, what occurs?
a.Autoploidy is occurring.
b.An increase in the number of chromosomes above the parent species occurs.
c.A triploid or tetraploid plant may occur.
d.All of the above are true.
- ?Lv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
A is correct, as there are more than 2 paired sets of chromosomes.
B is correct as the chromosome number of next generation will be more.
C is also correct, as meiosis 2 division can go right or wrong way, producing a triploid or tetraploid plant.
Hence D is the correct choice.Source(s): .
- marcyLv 44 years ago
no, the two daughter cells that consequence from meiosis a million are no longer gametes. The sister chromatids nevertheless might desire to chop up in meiosis 2 as a fashion to form the gametes. The cells are, even if, haploid after meiosis a million using fact they only have one replica of each chromosome. they do no longer look to be, even if, gametes yet.