Biology (11th Edition)

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ISBN 10: 1-25918-813-2
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Chapter 11 - Sexual Reproduction and Meiosis - Review Questions - Synthesize: 1d

Answer

Please see image. In meiosis II, there should only be sister chromatids remaining, and these will separated into chromosomes by this point. Maternal (M) and paternal (P) chromosomes will be present, but only one homolog from each pair will be present. There will have been genetic recombination, but that is not indicated in the diagram. Chromosomes will be separating in anaphase.
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Work Step by Step

To get to this answer, think about details such as: anaphase (chromosomes separating), meiosis II (only sister chromatids from the same homolog make it into this cell), a mix of maternal and paternal chromosomes will have been assorted to this cell.
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