There are 46 chromosomes. During reproduction, each parent randomly gives the offspring 36 chromosomes each. This gives the offspring its own unique look.

23 from each parent. In fertilization one haploid gamete combines with another haploid gamete resulting in 46 chromosomes. Each human has 46 chromosomes.

The parent passes one half of its 2N chromosome count to its offspring or 1N. This means that if the parent's 2N chromosome count is 40 it will pass 20 chromosomes on to its offspring.

1 allele per parent per gene ................. that is wrong you inherit 23 alleles from each parent in total of 46 alleles no sorry that's chromosomes. its true the second person was talking about chromosomes the first one is correct

This is speaking in terms of MITOSIS. A typical human cell has 46 chromosomes. Each offspring cell receives an identical copy of the original cell's chromosomes. So the two daughter cells will have 46 chromosomes each as well.

Each parent donates 23 chromosomes to his/her child.....23 chromosomes from mother and 23 chromosomes from father makes a total of 46 chromosomes a healthy child.

There are many different ideas on how many chromosomes one parent give. However, normally each parent gives a child 23 chromosomes, one copy of each chromosomes type 1-22 plus one sex chromosomes. Contributions from both parents give the child 23 pairs of chromosomes.