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What are the two main sources of genetic variation in meiosis? Crossing over and Independent Assortment are two MAJOR sources of variation that arises from the process of meiosis. What are the two types of variation? If you consider almost any characteristic, you will find differences between various people (or other animals or plants) in a population.What are the genetic consequences of meiosis?
To summarize the genetic consequences of meiosis I, the maternal and paternal genes are recombined by crossover events that occur between each homologous pair during prophase I. In addition, the random assortment of tetrads on the metaphase plate produces a unique combination of maternal and paternal chromosomes that will make their way into ...Why does meiosis result in more genetic variation than mitosis?
The meiosis I is the reduction division, meiosis II separates the chromatids, which are the daughter strands of a duplicated chromosome joined together by a centromere. In mitotic cell division, new cells genetically identical to the parent cell are produced. Meiosis is responsible for increasing genetic variation in the population.