Biology meiosis please help!!?

What part(s) of meiosis explain why siblings that have the same parents are not identical to each other or to their parents?

Mitosis produces cells that are genetically identical to each other. Each of the two daughter cells produced in mitosis contains an identical and complete copy of the organism's DNA. List 3 ways that cells produced in meiosis are different.

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  • 7 years ago
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    Crossing over creates a difference between parents and siblings.

    1. Crossing over

    2. cells produced by meiosis are haploid instead of diploid

    3. meiosis cells are gametes, meaning sex cells.

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