The only haploid cells found in humans are…

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  1. Gangyen

    Gangyen New Member

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    The only haploid cells found in humans are _____. Gametes neurons zygotes
     
  2. Tgzander

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    A. Gamates because they are reproductive cells which are haploid. Zygotes are formed when two cells combine, making diploid cell and forming a complete genetic material neurons are cells from nervous system and they have a complete genetic material
     

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