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A student is spending the summer working in a lab studying the development of rabbits. The student removes the ovaries from a fertile rabbit that has previously given birth to five litters. The rabbit recovers well. The student isolates the cells from the ovaries and analyzes their DNA content.

How many cell populations would be expected based on the DNA content, and what would be their expected ploidy?


One population: 2n.


Two Populations: 1n and 2n.


Two populations: 2n and 4n.


Three populations: 1n, 2n and 4n.

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