Why are meiosis and sex important to the evolution of sexually reproducing organism?
2. How do the twi cells formed at the end of Meiosis I compare genetically? WHY? Listed on the next page are 8 different sets of lab values. Four are labeled uncompensated, and four are labeled compensated. Uncompensated means that the patient is actually experiencing acidemia or alkalemia. When a patient is compensating it means that he/she has a problem that would tend to cause acidemia or alkalemia, but their blood pH is being held at the borderline of the normal range by a compensating factor.

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