by Carol Bernstein, Harris Bernstein (eds)
Publisher: InTech 2013
Number of pages: 123
Meiosis is the key process underlying sexual reproduction in eukaryotes, occurring in single-celled eukaryotes and in most multicellular eukaryotes including animals and most plants. Thus meiosis is of considerable interest, both at the scientific level and at the level of natural human curiosity about sexual reproduction.
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