What is the name of the cells capable of making gametes? What is the ploidy of these gamete-forming cells?

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Biology

The cells that form gametes are the germ cells as opposed to the somatic cells. The ploidy (number of chromosomes) of the germ cells is the same as the somatic cells (only during the formation of gametes meiosis occurs and the number of chromosomes is reduced to half).

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Dipti KC
May 26, 2023
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