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.
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.
Do humans and wolves share dna
No. Wild and cultivated bananas have a basic haploid number of 11. The human haploid number is 23. In banana cultivation and breeding, people have developed triploids and tetraploids. Some scientists think that the banana's haploid number of 11 evolved from an earlier number of 8.
Nowhere near. Besides the fact that our DNA is much more complex than that of insects, DNA is individualized to a species and even more variance between individuals of the same
They are very different. They only have 60% commonality.
It's probably a fairly small proportion. According to evolutionary biologist Robert May, President of Britain's Royal Society, "We share half our genes with the banana" (2001), but genes only make up 2% of human DNA - the answer depends on what proportion of the remaining 98% is the same. Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes and bananas 11 pairs - even if the 11 banana chromosomes were identical to human ones (they're not) it would… Read More
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.
Well, any man is a human. Human and man are the same species!
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 similar to the plant cells but the arrangement of base sequence are different.
Yes, all animals and plants have DNA
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 same from person to person. That is the unique nature of DNA.
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 intake 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… Read More
because they do
Yes it does.
Because it's a FURIT DUMMBO
I was taught by my college Biology professor that it was indeed shark.
No. Although chimps are closely related they are not human.
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… Read More
No, the typical chicken has 78 chromosomes whereas homo sapiens have 46.
DNA contains instructions inside the cell that establish whether an animal will be a tiger or a human. All living things with cells have DNA which are specific to their species.
If you are referring to life from other planets, the answer is no. Modern experiments have shown that the chemical building blocks for life can be made naturally here on Earth. The prominent view is that the first forms of life, simple-celled organisms, were derived from these chemicals billions of years ago. These organisms gave rise to fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. Humans are descended from mammalian primates. Therefore, all life on earth is… Read More
No, but they're closely related - apes share about 95% of our DNA.
Although all humans share the same set of genes, small variations in the way they are expressed accounts in the diversity we see in the human race.
What happens when bacterial DNA and human DNA that have been cut with the same enzyme are mixed together?
the bacteria will produce some human products
same organism=same dna= same bases :D bc sci 9?
No. Everyone's genes are different. That's how God made us.
no they dont! they are their own thing! :)
Yes. Human DNA is human DNA.
Its the difference between DNA and RNA.DNA = Deoxyribonucleic acidRNA = Ribonucleic Acid.Meaning they have different structures based on the different sugars.And also the fact that DNA is double stranded (in the double helix form) and RNA is single stranded.
A mutation usually is associated with the change in DNA pattern. Depending on the mutation (which can occur for various reasons such as radioactivity or birth defect), it might be deadly or harmless.
I am not certain what it is that you are asking. The two strands of DNA that are a part of the double helix are not the same; they are complementary. Each purine is matched with a pyrimidine (A to T, G to C). Each cell of one individual (with few exceptions) contains the same DNA, all 46 chromosomes worth, but different genes are active depending on what type of cell it is. Your skin… Read More
Who cares science sucks!! This would depend on the same person each DNA strand is dedicated to something different such as hair or eye color yet I do not have much experience on the subject and that is just my basic understanding.
For the most part, animals and humans have the same cells. Genetically speaking, humans only have a 2% difference than animals do.
Certain flowers do such as the Paris japonica. The Paris japonica has 50x more DNA than human beings! You can Google more types of flowers that do too!
4 Nitrogen Bases.
Red blood cells (otherwise known as erythrocytes). They contain no DNA or organelles. They lose them whilst maturing so as to be able to pack more haemoglobin into the cell and therefore be more efficient oxygen carriers.
Depending on the type of tree, up to 50%.
Yes, (except for slight random replication mutations that may happen due to exposure to radiation or harsh chemicals or invasion by viruses) apart form the egg and sperm cells which contain only half the DNA.
The DNA in all of your somatic (body cells) is exactly the same. Only in the egg and sperm is different.
You can't. That would make you a totally different person. Your DNA is in you forever.
A swab swiped in the mouth.
Yes, they do. It is a small amount but interesting that we are related to grass.