Articles > Quizzes & Surveys > Polyploidy – Quiz Polyploidy – Quiz Posted on Sep 17, 2020 Quiz Select the best answer. 1. It means a cell or an organism containing three copies of each chromosome Haploid Diploid Triploid 2. Which of the following is true about polyploidy? Example is 10n, meaning ten sets of chromosomes in a cell One set of each chromosome Diploidy is a type of polyploidy 3. The failure of chromosomes to separate during meiosis Non-disjunction Haploidy Mutation frequency 4. Human somatic cells have two sets of chromosomes; therefore, they are haploid. True. Human somatic cells have two sets (2n), which means they are haploid. False. Human somatic cells have only one set of chromosomes, which means they are haploid. False. Human somatic cells have two sets of chromosomes, which means they are diploid. 5. Which of the following does not increase the rate of mutation? Exposure to high dosages of UV light Exposure to mutagenic agents DNA repair Send Your Results (Optional) Your Name To Email Time is Up!