Human cells have 46 chromosomes as 23 pairs.
There are 22 autosomal chromosomes in each human somatic cell and one sex chromosome.
The human cell has 46 chromosomes. In the sex cell of a human it has one half that many. So 23 chromosomes from each parent. Different species have different number of chromosomes. This is why you do not have mixes such as a centaur.
Thre are 46 chromosomes in any common human cell during interphase. 22 pairs of autosomes and one pair of sexual chromosomes.
A cell in the human body contains 23 pairs of chromosomes, one pair consisting of the sex chromosomes. That is 46 chromosomes in total.
There are 46 chromosomes in all human cells, except for sperm and eggs, which each have 23.
There is only one pair of sex chromosomes.
There are 22 autosome pairs and one pair of sex chromosomes.
In a normal Human body cell (not a gamete) there are 46 chromosomes. This is not the same number of chromosomes in our bodies, only in one cell, and there are trillions of cells in the human body. In a gamete (a sperm cell or egg cell) there are 23 chromosomes. When the sperm and egg cell nuclei fuse in fertilisation, a diploid cell of 46 chromosomes is produced.
There are 46 chromosomes in each cell
A karyotype is defined as the chromosomes of a cell. The human karyotype has one pair of sex chromosomes and 22 pairs of autosomal chromosomes.
The typical body cell (or somatic cell) of a human has 46 chromosomes: 22 pairs of autosomes and one pair of sex chromosomes. In females, there are two X chromosomes and in males there is one X and one Y.
for humans there are 46 in one cell.
a buffalo has 60 chromosomes in the body cell
They have to about 38 Chromosomes They have to about 38 Chromosomes
chickens have 78 chromosomes.
38 chromosomes in one cell.
Human cells have 46 chromosomes (call that 2n, or 2 times n). Now then, if an egg cell + sperm cell = fertilized egg (which becomes a human), how many chromosomes do each have? An egg cell must have 23 chromosomes, and a sperm cell must have 23 chromosomes, because 23 + 23 = 46. When the egg (23) and sperm (23) combine to form a fertilized egg, this egg will now have 46 chromosomes. So human sex cells have n, or 23 chromosomes. If you mean to distinguish somatic chromosomes from sex chromosomes, then you have 22 pairs of somatic chromosomes plus one pair of sex chromosomes, for a total of 46 chromosomes.
there r 46 dna molecules in each human cell. that is one on each cromosome
I will assume that you mean human cells. Somatic cells are diploid (2n), containing two sets of chromosomes, one of paternal, one of maternal origin. Gametes, on the other hand, are haploid (n), with a single set of chromosomes, ie. half as many as the somatic cell. Now, the haploid chromosome number (n) is characteristic of the species, and in humans this number happens to be 23. Therefore a human gamete has 23 chromosomes, and a human somatic cell 23 pairs, or 46 chromosomes.
In an average somatic (body) cell, two. and in human gametes there is , one all chromosomes in human body is , 46 chromosomes. in normal female somatic cell is (44+XX) . in normal male somatic cell (44+XY) in normal female gametes (22+X) in normal male gametes (22+X) or (22+Y) .
23 singles. Actually, for the astute, there are 22 autosomes and one sex chromosome.
you probably mean how many chromosomes 46, or how many pairs of chomosome, 23, but we have billions of sets (one full set in each cell, save gametes)
Human egg cells contain one set of 23 chromosomes. Because they contain half of the 46 chromosomes contained in body cells (2 sets of 23), the egg cells are said to be haploid.