Meiosis refers to the process by which a germ cell divides, producing gametes (sperm or ova) that each contain half of the parent cell"s original complement of chromosomes; in humans, the products of Meiosis contain 23 chromosomes.
Moreover, Meiosis is the form of cell division in which each pair of chromosomes splits so that one member of each pair moves to the new cell. As a result, each new cell has 23 chromosomes.
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