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The gametes formed from a parent organism do not have the same genetic composition (identical DNA copies of the parental genome) because in sexual reproduction the fusion of male and female gamete takes place. The male gamete has different genetic makeup and female gamete has different genetic makeup their recombination leads to the formation of a gamete that has different DNA composition.

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