how do diploid cells differ from haploid cells?
In a "diploid" cell, there are two copies of each chromosome In a "haploid" cell, there's only one copy of each chromosome.
Most of your body's cells are diploid. Only the gametes, the sperm (in men) and the eggs (in women) are haploid
Diploid cells reproduce by mitosis
Haploid cells are a result of the process of meiosis