Do bananas have te same DNA as humans?
The same exact base pairs; A, T, G and C, though they are arranged quite a bit differently to produce banana proteins.
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It's probably a fairly small proportion. According to evolutionarybiologist Robert May, President of Britain's Royal Society, "Weshare half our genes with the banana" (2001), …but genes only makeup 2% of human DNA - the answer depends on what proportion of theremaining 98% is the same. Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes andbananas 11 pairs - even if the 11 banana chromosomes were identicalto human ones (they're not) it would still mean that less than halfof human DNA would be found in a banana.
No, every human has a different set of DNA. That is why police can tell the differnece between two people using two different sets of hair.
"Yes and No, humans share 99.9% of the same genetic material. The .1% is what makes everyone different from one another!" That .1% isn't actually a difference, it's simply …the varying ratio between dormant/active DNA. In other words, everyone has the gene that makes ones skin naturally white or black.
They are very different. They only have 60% commonality.
No. But the chimpanzee's DNA is similar to ours by 98% People believe that we humans developed from the ' chimpanzee because of how similar our DNA samples. It is …thought that the chimpanzee is as intelligent as a human but in different ways.
Chemically all DNA are same , differ in primary structure and in genes .
Chemically DNA from any species is the same. But the things is the sequence of DNA such as AATTTCGAATG for example will not be the same. In fact, the sequence can not be the s…ame from person to person. That is the unique nature of DNA.
We share many things with chimpanzees. Jane Goodall has shown us this through her research at the Gombe National Reserve in Tanzania. We share 98% of our DNA with chimpanzees.… They often use facial expressions that look uncannily human, although we will never know if they truly possess any emotions that correspond with the expression. Chimps often greet one another with a kiss, hug, or gentle hand touch. Babies stay with their mothers until they reach adulthood. Chimps are omnivorous. They can make and use tools. All of these behaviors were researched and observed by Dr. Jane Goodall for the last 38 years.
Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is a fundamental component of life as we know it. Dirt is not an example of life. In order to be 'alive,' an object must metabolize through the int…ake and use of nutrients, self-perpetuate by reproduction, and adapt to its environment through endogenous changes. Dirt does not metabolize, does not reproduce, and does not adapt. Furthermore, dirt is not composed of cells, the fundamental building blocks of life as we know if, but of granules. These granules are composed mostly of silicate minerals, not living material. There may be some DNA in some dirt samples, but this DNA does not belong to the dirt, rather to something that has somehow deposited its DNA into/onto the dirt, likely through decomposition. If dirt had DNA, and that DNA had the same properties as human DNA, then dirt would look exactly like humans.
just like humans we all have different DNA , so bananas dont have the same
Because it's a FURIT DUMMBO
No, but they're closely related - apes share about 95% of our DNA.
The structure & replication process of eukaryotic cells DNA ie in eukaryotic plant and animal cells are same.Human cell is an eukaryotic animal cell, so its structure is simil…ar to the plant cells but the arrangement of base sequence are different.
Yes. The DNA is found in the nucleus of every cell. It's simply acase of extracting the DNA from the cell.