The answer is yes. The difference of chromosomes makes men and women.
Men have XY sex chromosomes. Women have XX sex chromosomes.
46 males have 1 x and 1 y chomosomes but women have 2 x chromosomes
Women do not create Y chromosomes. They only carry X chromosomes. Men carry both Y and X chromosomes and are responsible for determining the gender of a fertilized egg.
There will not be born baby and the fusion of zygote is abondened... due to this deficency many women are suffering :):)
That depends on the organism you're looking at. In humans, there are 46 chromosomes per normal somatic cell. 46 chromosomes = 22 homolog pairs + 2 sex chromosomes (XX in women or XY in men)
The other are autosomes, they are the same for men and women.
men have xy chromosomes an females have xx chromosomes
46 Chromosomes 22 Homologous Pairs in men (& X + Y), 23 in women (X+X is homologous) 22 Pairs of autosomes and 1 pair of sex chromosomes
Men Have XY chromosomes. women have XX chromosomes. To get Hemophilia, all of your X chromosomes have to be affected. as you can see, it is much easier for a man to get it than a woman.
No. Both men and women has 23 chromosomes in their sex cells.Of course not,they have the same number.
how many chromosomes are in the stomach?
If a sex cell has 12 chromosomes, how many chromosomes will there be after fertilization?
Women have two of them.
the combination of sex chromosomes for a female is XXX it is the triple x because in 1947 a women in North Bonerville Africa found that women have 3 sex chromosomes while males only have two
One pair of chromosomes is two chromosomes.
apples can have as many as 85 chromosomes
algae, can have as many as 140 chromosomes
Because hemophilia is associated to the X-chromosomes, which means to the women's chromosomes. by giselle
This have 44 chromosomes