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A diploid organism has five pairs of chromosomes in each somatic cell. Assuming that no crossing over occurs, how many genetically distinct gametes can this organism produce?

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  1. Hmmmm. We just did this for 7 pairs.

    what is 2^5?

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  2. 32, oops sorry i didn't realize it was the same type of question

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