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Based on the concept of epigenetic GxE interaction; I would say yes. The tricky part with epigenetics is to determine the G and the E part: how much of what factor plays a role at any given time. Mathematical models have been derived for this.
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No, these animals only have one stomach. They are small but eat foods that only require one stomach. The also do not have a pouch.
1995Mark McGwire, 39 HRs, 35 1Bs 1998 Mark McGwire, 70 HRs, 61 1Bs 1999 Mark McGwire, 65 HRs, 58 1Bs 2000 Mark McGwire, 32 HRs, 32 1Bs 2001 Mark McGwire, 29 HRs,… 23 1Bs 2001 Barry Bonds, 73 HRs, 49 1Bs Currently, Carlos Pena is building towards more HRs than singles. As September 1, he has 38 HRs and 37 1Bs.
No. But the copies of the same program can be executed on the same time on more than one computers.
No. Atomic number defines the element.
true That is wrong. The correct answer is False
I think no. It's caused by a recessive gene so if a person has albinism their genotype can only be recessive, recessive ---> AA (small a small a or whatever you call it). No o…ther genotype will mean that person has Albinism, like if it has at least one big A, that means it's just a carrier of albinism.
True or false defining hormone levels among sexes can cause a single genotype to express morre than one phenotype?
A regular pen-and-paper maze would be very difficult to make or comprehend. However there are many video games that involve multi-level mazes.
Luck of the Draw.
No, you have to apply for different policies for different cars. One policy serves only one vehicle.
Yes, an expression can have more than one variable.
Yes, mutations can occur all over at the same time. For example in a multicellular organism a gamma ray or x-ray photon passing through the organism can generate one o…r more mutations in every cell that the photon passes through. Another example mutagenic chemicals can produce many mutations in every chromosome.