Do chromosomes do anything?
Chromosomes determine the gender of an organism and also influence genetic conditions.
the diploid number of chromosomes is the number of chromosomes that organism is haploid for times 2. It looks like this: 2n. Humans have 23 chromosomes each. So the mother has 23 chromosomes (this # is the haploid # of chromosomes for humans), plus the father who also has 23 chromosomes, is the diploid number of chromosomes, 46.
autosomal chromosomes carry diverse info sex chromosomes determine an individual's sex ---- ok, that is some other dude's answer, now here is mine: the autosomal is all the chromosomes, except for the sex chromosomes. so, in a sense, the autosomal has nothing to do with the sex chromosomes. sex chromosomes determine the offspring's sex, as the guy above said it. autosomal is simply all of the other chromosomes ----- For A+ the answer is "Autosomal…