The two G phases are essential for cell growth and protein synthesis, while the S phase is responsible for DNA replication. After meiosis I, DNA replication does not…

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Chromosomes are thread-like structures present in the nucleus, which carries genetic information from one generation to another. They play a vital role in cell division, heredity, variation, mutation,…

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Human Y chromosome UniProt Gene list NCBI Gene list External map viewers Ensembl Chromosome Y Who has no ay chromosome? About 1 in 20,000 men has no Y…

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Cells with two additional sets of chromosomes, for a total of 92 chromosomes, are called tetraploid. A condition in which every cell in the body has an extra…

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Approximately 1 in 27,000 people are diagnosed with mosaic Down syndrome. Approximately 15% of individuals diagnosed with Trisomy 21 Down syndrome are misdiagnosed and actually have mosaic Down…

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There are two types of alleles in the gene pair of one trait. One is known as dominant allele while other is recessive allele. One allele is dominant…

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The 22 pairs of homologous chromosomes contain the same genes but code for different traits in their allelic forms since one was inherited from the mother and one…

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At both ages, those in the autism and disability groups are more likely than the controls to transition quickly from whimpering to intense crying. This suggests that the…

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Children with ASD may have difficulty developing language skills and understanding what others say to them. They also often have difficulty communicating nonverbally, such as through hand gestures,…

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What are the four stages meiosis I Brainly? ANSWER: Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase and Cytokinesis. What are the four stages of meiosis? Meiosis I consists of four phases:…

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