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What results in the combination of the haploid sets of chromosomes from two individuals into a diploid zygote

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    Um.. A completely ready to develop creature, different from both parents, but having some attributes of both?

    I'm puzzled, because the question almost seems to answer itself, but there's my best guess. :P

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    A new individual (after 9 months, if human).

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