Individual members of the same species are genetically very different because of a process called which creates gametes

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Individual members of the same species are genetically very different because of a process called meiosis which creates gametes. During the meiosis (prophase I) the process called crossing over occurs. Crossing-over represents the exchange of genetic material between non-sister chromatids of homologous chromosomes which results in new combinations of genes on each chromosome (genetic variation).


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