Each have two sex chromosomes. Females have two X's and males have an X and a Y.
Females have two X chromosomes (XX).
Males have 63 and females have 64.
In humans, the somatic cells of both females and males have 23 chromosome pairs.
Females have XX chromosomes, males have XY chromosomes.
Human females have XX chromosomes while human males have XY chromosomes.
A genetically normal human will have two sex chromosomes. Females have XX and males have XY.
Females are XY.
XY Chromosomes = Males XX Chromosomes = Females
Males have 44 homologous chromosomes, or 22 pairs. Females are 46 and 23 respectively since they have homologous sex chromosomes.
The sex chromosomes X and Y. Males have the X and Y chromosome and females have 2 X chromosomes.
each cell normally contains 23 pairs of chromosomes, twenty-two of these pairs, look the same in both males and females.. twenty-third pair, the sex chromosomes, differ between males and females.
Females have two X chromosomes
No, females carry 2 X chromosomes. Males carry 1 X and 1 Y.
Yes. In humans, there are 23 chromosomes in the sex cells of males and females.
Humans have basically 23 pairs of chromosomes while cats have 19 pairs of chromosomes. Humans: females= 46 X chromosome, males= 45 X chromosomes, 1 Y chromosome. Cats: Females =38 X chromosomes, m ales= 37 X chromosomes, 1 Y chromosome.
In humans (males and females) there are 46 chromosomes. This means there are 23 homologous pairs.