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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of haploid

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of haploid:

Derived Form of haploid

plural: haploids
comparitive: more haploid
superlative: most haploid
(genetics) an organism or cell having only one complete set of chromosomes
Type ofbeing, organism,
of a cell or organism having a single set of chromosomes
Synonymshaploidic, monoploid,
Antonymsdiploid, polyploid,

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  1. which you are haploid, or your gametes are haploid.
  2. you see the entire surface of the sperm, it's payload so to speak is the haploid
  3. of the haploid chomosome sets.
  4. They are haploid eggs.
  5. Haploid means they are produced without male and female meeting together.
  6. the egg will be haploid, having only half the amount of chromosomes, missing the sperm
  7. cell's chromosomes from the male, and this haploid egg will always develop into a male
  8. been fertilized by a male ant. She could be a gamergate shooting out haploid eggs that
  9. to become a gamergate, a virgin gamergate, laying unfertilized haploid eggs which are
  10. haploid.
  11. But the cells that you make when you do meiosis, the sperm and eggs, they are haploid, okay?
  12. Haploid.
  13. A haploid cell we just write, actually just n.
  14. It's haploid.
  15. And you're making actually four cells that are haploid.
  16. Start with diploid cells and end up with haploid cells.
  17. So, sperm, which is haploid, when they fuse together in fertilization, they make
  18. They're haploid, right?
  19. You start with diploid, but the eggs and sperm that you make, they're haploid.
  20. In meiosis we're going to take a normal diploid cell and we're actually going to make a haploid