Fraternal twins are more popular.
How do fraternal twins form? Answer one egg from each ovary is fertilized.
you have about a 1 in 60 chance of having natural fraternal twins.
Another name for fraternal twins is dizygotic twins.
There is no precise percentage of fraternal or identical twins but it is estimated that 2/3 of all twins are fraternal where as 1/3 of twins are identical.
identical twins are single egg twins. fraternal twins a two egg twins. fraternal
Fraternal twins can be the same sex or opposite sexes. It doesn't matter.
Yes, fraternal twins are perfectly normal.
No, identical twins do, but fraternal twins come from 2 separate eggs.
No that's why theyre called fraternal twins. Identical twins are identical (share the exact same genes) while fraternal twins are as similar to each other as normal siblings are.
Fraternal twins are two siblings that have the same birth day, but do not look identical.
They are twins!
Identical twins are formed from a single egg that splits into two. Fraternal twins are formed from two separate eggs that are both separately fertilized. So identical twins have identical DNA, and fraternal twins do not.
No, about 1 in every 3 twins is an identical twin. Source: http://twins.usc.edu/about.htm
No, fraternal twins do not have the same fingerprints, because everyone no matter what has different fingerprints. not even twins.
If two fraternal twins have the XY sex chromosomes, they will be male.
Identical twins come from the same fertilized egg; fraternal twins come from 2 fertilized eggs.
Fraternal twins .
Fraternal and identical twins.
Mirror Twins are always monozygote twins. This does not mean that fraternal twins won't be a righty and a lefty - if your family tends to run left handed.
No. Identical twins are identical. Fraternal twins are not.
No, the genotype of fraternal twins is no more similar than any two siblings.