In Pisum sativum there are 14 chromosomes. How many pairs with different

In Pisum Sativum There Are 14 Chromosomes How Many Pairs Biology Question

In Pisum sativum there are 14 chromosomes. How many pairs with different chromosomal composition can be prepared?

Options

(a) 14
(b) 7
(c) 2¹⁴
(d) 2⁷

Correct Answer:

7

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