if a cat has 38 chromosomes, how many chromosomes are in the following cells? a) hair  b) claw c) sperm  d) egg  e) tongue

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if a cat has 38 chromosomes, how many chromosomes are in the following cells?

a) hair 

b) claw

c) sperm 

d) egg 

e) tongue 

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