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diploid cell:

see meiosismeiosis
, process of nuclear division in a living cell by which the number of chromosomes is reduced to half the original number. Meiosis occurs only in the process of gametogenesis, i.e., when the gametes, or sex cells (ovum and sperm), are being formed.
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Then they submit a group paper summarizing what they learned from viewing the cells and how the HeLa cells are different from normal, diploid cells.
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primary cell, diploid cell and continuous cell cultures used for the production of cell culture rabies vaccine.
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Meiosis produces haploid cells and forms a diploid cell.
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The Serial Cultivation of Human Diploid Cell Strains," Experimental Cell Research 25:585-621, 1961.
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Sexual reproduction is the cyclic alternation of (i) the fusion of haploid cells (often called gametes) to produce a diploid (the zygote), and (ii) the regeneration of haploid cells from a diploid cell by meiosis.
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