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which of these could lead to the mistake evident in the karyotype?

A) a failure of cytokinesis after meiosis I in gamete formation

B) a nondisjunction in meiosis II in gamete formation 

C) crossing over in meiosis ! in gamete formation

D) fertilizaton by two sperm in zygote formation

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