Why do diploid organisms have half of the chromosomes from the paternal organism, and the other half from the mother?

Sex cells (gametes) of the father and mother have a haploid (half) set of chromosomes. When the egg is fertilized, a diploid zygote is formed, in which the chromosome set is already doubled, since half of the chromosomes are from the father and half from the mother.

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