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1. The four diagrams below show chromosomes of a heterozygous diploid organism at anaphase. The organism is 2n 4 and has the genotype A/a; R/r. The two genes (gene A and gene R) are on different chromosomes (i.e., different homologous pairs) Each image represents one cell undergoing anaphase. Assume that no mutations have taken place during replication. In the spaces provided below, indicate which of the following processes might possibly be taking place: mitosis, meiosis I, meiosis II... or an impossible situation. Please briefly justify each of your answers. (4 marks) a. Insert your answer here:b. r R nsert your answer here:

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