How much DNA do you share with siblings?

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anywhere from 0% to 100%. but on average, you share 50% of your DNA with your siblings.
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How much DNA do humans share with bananas?

It's probably a fairly small proportion. According to evolutionarybiologist Robert May, President of Britain's Royal Society, "Weshare half our genes with the banana" (2001), but genes only makeup 2% of human DNA - the answer depends on what proportion of theremaining 98% is the same. Humans have 23 ( Full Answer )

How much DNA do humans share with each other?

\n. \n99.9% is exactly the same. .1% gives each individual their own personal fingerprint. Meaning, only .1% codes for proteins that express our differences.

What percentage of DNA do humans and chimpanzees share?

One Perspective Although it has commonly been stated in the past that humans and chimpanzees have 98.5% DNA similarity, this figure has recently been found to be incorrect. Newer research has suggested that there is approximately 96% genetic similarity between Humans and chimpanzees overall. O ( Full Answer )

How much DNA do humans share with a whale?

We will not know the answer to this until the genomes of whale species are sequenced. However, given that whales and humans are mammals, they would be expected to share many similarities.

Why do you share similar traits with your parents and siblings?

When the embryo is formed, it's created from half of the father'sDNA and half of the mother's DNA to create the needed amount ofDNA. This DNA determines many traits. Your siblings got a similar,though unique, set of DNA from your parents, and as such they sharetraits, but are still different from yo ( Full Answer )

How much DNA do you have?

There is a double helix of DNA in every cell in the human body. There are an estimated 3 billion base pairs of DNA inside of every human cell. These base pairs are organized into 23 chromosome pairs. -DrBeaver

Do siblings have identical DNA?

No, unless they are Identical Twins. Normal siblings will on average share 50 percent of their genetic material, since they get half of their chromosomes from their mother and half from their father.

If I won the lottery and wanted to share the wealth with children siblings parents and in laws who pays the taxes and how much?

I believe you answered your own question with the "...I won the lottery...". That clearly says it's your winnings. Your just giving some of it to others. The winnings are taxed as ordinary income...the amount or rate depends on your own personal status and factors (like other income, deductions ( Full Answer )

Do fraternal twins share the same DNA?

No? They have their own unique DNA- two different eggs two different sperms cells. Identical twins- shares the same DNA, same chromosomes.

How much DNA do you share with apes?

I'm not sure how big of a category apes are but we share 98% of our DNA with chimpanzees. They're the closest creatures to us.

What percentage of DNA do siblings share?

You probably share about 50% of your DNA with a sibling. Theoretically, it could be as low as 0 (though that is extremely unlikely). Identically twins share 100%. You always share close to 50% with each parent. But if you are male, you actually have a slightly higher percentage from your mother (bec ( Full Answer )

How much DNA do humans share with cats?

Humans and cats have similar x and y chromosomes and have the sameancestor from the past. Cats and humans share 90 percent ofhomologous genes.

If siblings share a room will they get along better?

If both a brother and/or sister, share a room. They will most likely see each other more, and start a stronger, kinder relationship with one another. This helps start a healthy family relationship. ( less bickering, yelling, and blaming one another for mistakes that might happen in the house.). Whi ( Full Answer )

How much DNA Do humans share with cows?

Surprisingly, according to the related link below, domestic bovines (or the colloquial "cow") actually share 80% of genes with humans.

What vegetable shares DNA with humans?

All of them do, if you mean vegetables and humans have genes that are identical. While plants and humans are wildly different, every cell has to do specific things to survive, like metabolize sugar or repair damage to their own DNA. That is true for plant cells, human cells, bacterial cells, or a ( Full Answer )

What is your DNA shared with?

You question is strange, as I see it is categorized within the Gorillas section. Normally the question would infer parentage and/or shared alleles with siblings or cousins, however, you have categorized this in Gorillas and Orangutans, so I can only guess that you wish to ask an evolutionary questio ( Full Answer )

What percentage of DNA do humans share with a cat?

Cats and humans share similar X and Y chromosomes, in fact the two species shared a common ancestor about 90 million years ago and share 90% of (homologous) genes with humans

What age can siblings share a bedroom?

Whatever age you think i think that if their is an older siblings and two yougner sibligns and they are a girl abd boy they share a room till they get older

What components do DNA and RNA share?

It is easier to say which componants are different as the two types of molecule are very similar. RNA uses ribose in the sugar-phosphate backbone rather than deoxyribose, as in DNA. And in RNA uracil (U) is used in place of (T) as a base. These are the two major differences. If you want a list of si ( Full Answer )

Can you determine paternity from DNA samples from siblings?

Yes. You can determine paternity from DNA samples of siblings. This is done by using the gel electrophoresis method. Based upon the bands which are seen, one can denote the paternity as well as maternity. But for this the DNA sample of the father/s is also tested. This method is frequently used in F ( Full Answer )

How much DNA do you share with your second cousin once removed?

If we assume that the maximum possible match is in place it could be 25%. That assumes that brother and sister share 100% (very unlikely unless they are identical twins). Which means each of their kids inherit 50% of the same genes (very unlikely). And one of their kids would get 25% of the original ( Full Answer )

How is your DNA similar to your siblings DNA?

All people have diffrent types of DNA (exept 4 indentical twins) but the way that you be able to contrast your DNA and your siblings DNA in to see which one has more of a biological connection to the mother or more a connevcion to the father.

How much DNA do humans share with a chimp?

It is commonly though to be 98%. However, recent studies have differing views. The BBC has published 95%, and Riken (a Japanese Lab) has published 85%. Please see the related links for the articles.

How much a share?

how much a share? well when you share something you would play with something among 2 3 4 5 people etc or use it among 2 3 4 5 peole at a time

How much DNA do you share with chimps?

Answers range from 95%-99% 95%, but is about right. Chimpanzees are the animals most closely related to us in the evolutionary tree, that does not mean that chimpanzees are 95% similar to us, though.

Do siblings share life insurance payouts?

Life insurance proceeds are payable according to the beneficiary designation made by the insured and that is a part of the insurance policy. As such, the beneficiary can be any person or entity that had an insurable interest in the life of the insured at the time of the policy's inception. Concievab ( Full Answer )

Can brothers and sisters share the same DNA?

Brother or sister it doesn't matter they share an average of 50% of their DNA and identical twins DNA share 100%. Fraternal twins still share on average of 50% of their DNA.

What percentage of DNA do you share with your half cousin?

This question cannot be answered because the term "half-cousin" has no meaning. Presumably, the term is intended to be analogous to half-sibling, where children share one but not both parents. In the case of cousins, however, the relationship derives from a single common ancestor, and you can't h ( Full Answer )

How much DNA do humans share with nuts?

All living creatures on earth share some amount of DNA, including mammals, reptiles, fish, plants, sea sponges, bacteria, and viruses. Humans share much more DNA with mammals than any other creature. And we share more DNA with lizards than we do fish. This is because mammals split off from the mamma ( Full Answer )

How much DNA do crows share with Humans?

To my knowledge, the crow genome has not been sufficiently analyzed for a definite answer. The process of complete genome analysis is time consuming and expensive, so scientists have been selecting organisms that are highly used in research for genome analysis. That said, the genome of the chicke ( Full Answer )

How much DNA does a human share with a potato?

Humans share very little with a potato. Chromosomes are acollection of DNA woven around protein. A chromosome may contain asmany as 100,000 to billions of nucleotides in one chain. Chimpanzeeand humans share a very SIMILAR DNA pattern, where as a potato anda human being don't. So although they both ( Full Answer )

What percentage of DNA do you share with dogs?

Humans and dogs only share about 25% of the exact same DNA or genome sequence. They also have a different number of chromosomes. Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes and dogs have 39 pairs.

Can animals mutate by sharing DNA?

Animals don't share DNA with other animals. A virus can inject aDNA fragment into an animal cell, but that won't have anevolutionary effect unless it happens in either a sperm or egg celland in a location of the genome that disrupts it in some way. Bacteria, though not animals, do share DNA with ot ( Full Answer )

Who shares your mitochondrial DNA?

Mitochondrial DNA comes from the mother, so the mother's maternal line and all her children share the samemitochondrial DNA.