The human genome project revealed that there are approximately 30,000 genes in each human somatic cell.
It is estimated at 30,000.
From none (red blood cell) to as many as it can fit in its nucleus (human cancer cells)
No. The human cell has 23 chromosome pairs (total 46 chromosomes). Each chromosome has many genes.
In the nucleus of a cell.
Each human cell (except red blood cells) contains between 25,000 and 42,000 genes.
HUMAN GENOME HAS AROND 30,000 GENES
About 35,000 genes per body cell. Note: sex cells differ.
Genes control cell .
Genes are located in chromosomes, which are located in the nucleus of a cell.
no. every cell in the body contains the same genes as every other cell in the body
The human genome contains about 24,000 genes.
Before the completion of the Human Genome Project, most biologists expected to There are 23 chromosomal pairs in the human genome. There are an estimated 20,000-25,000 genes in the human genome. It is approximately 25000 per cell.
In the chromosomes of every cell in the body.
there are 32 genes in a body cell
55 orthologous genes are associated with human height
30,000 to 40,000 genes
There are estimated to be 26000 genes after completing the human genome project.
There are an estimated 20,000-25,000 human protein-coding genes. The estimate of the number of human genes has been repeatedly revised down from initial predictions of 100,000 or more as genome sequence quality and gene finding methods have improved, and could continue to drop further.
The number of genes varies from chromosome to chromosome and the number of chromosomes varies from species to species (from as few as 1 single chromosome per cell to as many 30,000 chromosome pairs per cell). Human cells have 23 chromosome pairs per cell.
Many genes, whatever genes are on the chromosomes used to create the cell. look it up.