Transcribed Image Text: QUESTION 6
How does meiosis make sure that a baby has the same number of chromosomes as a parent?
O A. Each parent mixes the DNA of their parents before putting it in an egg or sperm.
O B. Each parent only puts half of their DNA into each egg or sperm so together they make the same number as one adult has.
O C. It doesn’t. The amount of DNA in a child is always twice the amount as one of its parents because it got DNA from two parents.
O D. The number of crossing over events is always an even number.