In Which of the Following Haploid Cells a Whole Genome in Human Being is Present? - Biology


In which of the following haploid cells a whole genome in human being is present?

  1. sperm
  2. somatic cell
  3. mature RBC
  4. primary spermatocyte


(a) Sperm
The haploid human genome can be found in the egg and sperm cells. This genome has about three billion DNA base pairs.

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