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Gametes from both dogs are needed to maintain the correct number of chromosome in the offspring


Reproduction in dogs is a sexual process. During the process, haploid gametes from both the male and the female (sperm from males and eggs from females) fuse together in a process known as fertilization in order to produce diploid offspring.

The haploid gametes ensure that the offspring produced during fertilization has the correct (diploid) number of offspring. Because the production of gametes involves meiosis and crossing over of genetic materials between chromosomes, offspring produced by sexual reproduction are usually genetically different from one another. The random fusion of gametes further ensures that offspring from the same parents are different from one another.

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