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Posted by Jon on Thursday, December 2, 2010 at 11:49pm.

A cell that is entering the M phase of the cell cycle is:
A. always diploid, either with duplicated or unduplicated chromosomes
B. always haploid, always with duplicated chromosomes
C. either haploid or diploid, always with duplicated chromosomes
D. either haploid or diploid, either with duplicated or unduplicated chromosomes
E. none of the above

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