=== === If you have green eyes and your husband has brown eyes the brown eyes will be more dominent but it is still possible for the child to have green eyes (but less likely)... Darker colours more dominent as opposed to lighter colours being more recessive etc.
Homozygous: genes are similar Hetrozygous: genes are not similar
If organisms have similar genes, then they are closely related.
The animals have intercourse just like humans. Threw genetic process the genes are passed.
The way an organism looks, as a result of its genes, is called its phenotype.
i think its called intercourse between scientists
Hox genes in mice and fruit flies are expressed similarly in that the genes themselves are similar enough to trade places and still function. The genes are expressed different because although you can switch the genes around, the outcome will result in the improper physical characteristic.
Recombination is the genetic mixing of genes that result from crossing over.
A phenotype describes the way an organism looks as a result of its genes.
Humans are all unique, the result of the splicing of the genes during conception. Children do have similar fingerprinting as their parents, but they are not exact matches. The result of this is because of the DNA that is "handed down" to the child.
they carry genes
No, we evolved alongside them. We are primates because our genes are similar to a chimp's genes. ^_^
They are similar in size shape , position of centromere and genes .Homologous chromosomes are similar in the pattern they are stained, their lengths, and most importantly they have genes of the for a certain characteristics in the same area.
In general no. There are a number of genes that are very similar between yeast and humans. And as a rule the more similar, or conserved, a gene is across very different species the more important for life it is.
In common ancestry and Bloodline
Evolution is the result of a process called survival of the fittest. Genes are part of the mechanism by which this happens.
The phenotype of an organism is the physical representation of certain genes (usually dominant genes, though codominance is also possible).
the renetic genes are similar
mutations in multiple genes