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Which of the following statements correctly explains why gametes are considered to be haploid at the end of Meiosis I?
Crossing over occurs in Prophase I and this process only occurs in haploid cells.
Homologous pairs separate at the end of Telophase I, making the cells haploid.
When tetrads line up along the metaphase plate in Metaphase I, this creates haploid cells.
The homologous pairs pull apart at Anaphase I, and this creates haploid cells.
Sister chromatids separate at the end of Telophase I, making the cells haploid.