Answer: The correct option is –
C) Four gametes are produced for every original cell.
Meiosis is a type of cell division that occurs during the process of formation of gamete ( that are haploid, reproductive cells such as eggs and sperms) particularly in case of organisms that perform sexual reproduction.
During this process, a diploid parent cell produces four haploid cells (gametes or sex cells) through two rounds of cell division ( that are meiosis I and meiosis II).
This is also known as reductional cell division. Thus, four gametes are produced for every original cell.
Therefore, option C) is the right answer.