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Explain how the pair of terms are related and/or how they are different.

1. Haploid and diploid

2. Body cells and gametes


Haploids and diploids are both cells, haploids have 32 chromosomes and diploids have 64

Body cells and gametes both have 64 chromosomes. Body cells reproduce (devide and become)more of thier specific tissue type, gametes become all tissue types.

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