Assume that a cross is made between a female of species (A) with 32 chromosomes and a male species (B) with 9 chromosomes (males are haploid and transmit all their chromosomes to each sperm cell.) How many chromosomes would be expected in the somatic cells of the hybrid female offspring? Even though there is uneven number of chromosomes contributed from each parent, the progeny can survive.
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