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The process in which the chromosomes in sex cells are reduced by half is called

Answer choicesalleles, chromosome, incomplete dominance, mitosis, codominance, centromere, DNA, diploid, reproduce, phenotype, meiosis, RNA
Is the asnwer mitosis?

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  1. I believe its meiosis

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