What Type of Cells Are Diploid?

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Diploid cells are cells that have two complete sets of chromosomes. Diploid cells are normally found during the cell division mitosis. Some examples of diploid cells are skin, blood and muscle cells.
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diploid cells i think i might be wrong. Somatic cells are diploid.
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All normal body cells are diploid, the only haploid cells are gametes (sperm and eggs).
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Reproductive cells (sperm and egg) are haploid. All
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Haploid cells have a single complement of chromosomes - one copy of each chromosome. This is indicated by n. Diploid cells have 2 copies of each chromosome. This is indicated by 2n.
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