Subject: Are sperm and egg cells the only haploid cells in the human body?
Date: Wed Apr 12 12:39:12 2000
Posted by Wayne Caume
Grade level: 10-12
School: Centre for Individul Studies
City: Cobourg State/Province: Ontario
Area of science: Genetics
My students pointed out a line in their text book that said all cells,
EXCEPT SPERM, EGG AND LIVER CELLS are diploid. After having obtained a
degree in biology and teaching it for 12 years, this is the first I've
heard of liver cells not being diploid. Comment?
Re: Are sperm and egg cells the only haploid cells in the human body?
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