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    Published 24 September 2010, Updated 5 April 2018 Referencing Hub media
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    Meiosis is a type of cell division that produces gametes – cells that contain half the number of chromosomes than the parent cell. In ferns, these cells are the spores.

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    Dr Leon Perrie

    The typical big fern plant, what it does is, by meiosis, produces spores, and the spores have half the number of chromosomes of the big parent plant.

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