At what stage does the meiosis occur in an organism exhibiting haploidic life cycle and mention the fate of the products thus produced.
Meiosis occurs in an organism exhibiting haploidic cycle after the zygote formation stage. Thus the product formed will be haploid spores which grow into haploid individuals.
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