Can Two Normal Individuals Of The Same Species With Sexual Reproduction Have Identical Genomes And Identical Karyotypes How The Human Karyotype Is Usually Represented

Can Two Normal Individuals Of The Same Species With Sexual Reproduction Have Identical Genomes And Identical Karyotypes How The Human Karyotype Is Usually Represented


  • 29 Dec, 2011

    Except for clones (individuals created from nucleus transplantation, like the Dolly sheep) and monozygotic twins, it is very improbable the genomes of two individuals of the same species and generated by sexual reproduction to be identical. Nevertheless the karyotypes of two normal individuals of the same species and of the same sex are always identical. The human normal karyotype is represented by the formula 44+XX for women and 44+XY for men.

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