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Unformatted text preview: In protists, which remain single cell organisms, the nucleus is then haploid. At some time, the single cells may just decide to become gametes and fuse with another to make a zygote, or haploid cells may do mitosis to make more individuals asexually. Haploid life cycles can be more complex. Fungi, and some algae may make multicellular haploid organisms from single-celled meiotic product, by mitosis. At some time, special areas of the haploid body will become gamete-making structures, and haploid gametes are formed by mitosis....
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