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During meiosis, homologous chromosomes pair up and the chromatids of maternal and paternal chromosomes exchange segments or genes. The resultant chromosome is thus different from the parental chromosomes and has the characters of both the parents. Such crossing over and chromatid exchange leads to variability in the gene combinations in gametes.

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