How much DNA do you share with siblings?
anywhere from 0% to 100%. but on average, you share 50% of your DNA with your siblings.
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I'm not sure how big of a category apes are but we share 98% of our DNA with chimpanzees. They're the closest creatures to us.
You probably share about 50% of your DNA with a sibling. Theoretically, it could be as low as 0 (though that is extremely unlikely). Identically twins share 100%. You always s…hare close to 50% with each parent. But if you are male, you actually have a slightly higher percentage from your mother (because the X chromosome is larger than the Y).
Surprisingly, according to the related link below, domestic bovines (or the colloquial "cow") actually share 80% of genes with humans.
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It is commonly though to be 98%. However, recent studies have differing views. The BBC has published 95%, and Riken (a Japanese Lab) has published 85%. Please see the relat…ed links for the articles.
we are all bannas and slugs and apes so they had a three way atsome point
Answers range from 95%-99% 95%, but is about right. Chimpanzees are the animals most closely related to us in the evolutionary tree, that does not mean that chimpanzees are 95…% similar to us, though.
They can share some DNA, since your mother/father was involved in them.
Humans share very little with a potato. Chromosomes are acollection of DNA woven around protein. A chromosome may contain asmany as 100,000 to billions of nucleotides in one c…hain. Chimpanzeeand humans share a very SIMILAR DNA pattern, where as a potato anda human being don't. So although they both have 48 chromosomes,their DNA STUCTURE is vastly different.
Not much- probably only about 25-30%.