What would be the ploidy of the cells of tetrad?

each cell of tetrad is haploid.........

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haploid

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diploid

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HAPLOID

coz meiosis takes place in diploid cells to form haploid cells.

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  haploid ..... bcoz tetrad is always is the result of meosis  and as we know  meosis leads to the formation of haploid cells.................

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 Haploid, coz tetrad is always is the result of meosis nd as we knw meosis leads to the formation of Haploid calls......

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It would be haploid because it undergo meiotic division.
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As microspore tetrad are the result of meiotic division (reductional division) the ploidy of cells is HAPLOID
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Haploid because sporogenous tissue undergo meiosis
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ploidy of a tetrad will be n
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yess haploid bcz each cell of tetrad is haploid..
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Tetrad is formed after meiotic division. And meiosis always result in haploid cell
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Haploid because it undergoes meiosis
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The ploidy would n
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It is name as 'Tetrad'! But it doesn't going to mean that the ploidy of microspore mother cell will be diploid!. If we divide this tetrad, the result will be haploid and ...each MMC is haploid it doesn't matter how many they are in no..
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I know of no such thing as a “cell of Tetrad.” Some cells can be tetraploid, if that’s what you mean. Many of the cardiac muscle cells and bladder lining cells have 2 nuclei, which would make the cell tetraploid (4n) with 46 chromosomes per nucleus. Tetraploidy is relatively common in plants, however; many of our well known food crops are plants that arose spontaneously by an ancestor becoming tetraploid or polyploid. Watermelon is one example. The word tetrad, in biology, means the way homologous chromosomes pair up in prophase I of meiosis.
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Ploidy is haploid i.e. n
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Pollen grain is in form of terad and each is haploid
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Each and every cell in a microspore tetrad is haploid!! Tetrad just means there are four cells all of which are haploid in nature and are formed by reduction division or meiosis in microspore mother cells.J
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Meosis means the cells thus formed will be haploid so a tetrard is a result of meotic divison nd thus haploid i.e has half the chromosomes in adults.
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Haploid because they are gamates formed after meosis
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N ,because they are end products of meiosis in microspore mother cell.
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Haploid(n)
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what is a ploidy of endosperm?
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The ploidy of pollen tetrad will be n
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? haploid ..... bcoz tetrad is always is the result of meosis? and as we know? meosis leads to the formation of haploid cells.................
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4n ie. 4 haploid
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The ploidy of the cell after trade would be haploid .
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HAPLOID
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HAPLOID
 
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If you are asking about microspore tetrad then it will be haploid. As 2n PMC(pollen mother cell) undergoes meiosis to form pollen tetrad. Here is more description .

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Ans- ploidy of tetrad cells is haploid.
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Haploid because of meiosis As we know meiosis lead to haploid cells That's why the ploidy level of tetrad cell is haploid
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