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Assume that an organism exists in which crossing over does not occur, but that all other processes associated with meiosis occur normally. Consider how the absence of crossing over would affect the outcome of meiosis.
Which of the following statements about meiosis would be true if crossing over did not occur?
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There would be less genetic variation among gametes
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