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###### Question 9 (1 point) In what wayls) does a somatic cell differ from a gamete?Somatic cells are diploid (2n) , whereas gametes are haploid (n):Somatic cells are created by mitosis, whereas gametes are created by meiosisSomatic cells can differentiate into many cell types, whereas only two types of gametes exist:all of the above

Question 9 (1 point) In what wayls) does a somatic cell differ from a gamete? Somatic cells are diploid (2n) , whereas gametes are haploid (n): Somatic cells are created by mitosis, whereas gametes are created by meiosis Somatic cells can differentiate into many cell types, whereas only two types of gametes exist: all of the above

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