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1. Haploidiploidy
Haploidiploidy is a genetic system in which one sex of the species (usually the male) is haploid (has only one set of chromosome s) and develops from egg s which have not been fertilized by sperm , and the other sex (usually the female) is diploid (has two sets of chromosomes) and develops from fertilized eggs. An example species is the honeybee.