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Genes come in pairs because Genes are in chromosomes and chromosomes come in pairs as well.
Inherited traits controlled by factors(genes) which occur in pairs : ) machuff15
A chromosome has more base pairs than a single gene, because a chromosome carries many genes.
There are about 3 billion base pairs in the human genome (DNA molecule), and around 20,000-25,000 genes, so that gives 120,000-150,00 base pairs per gene on average. But I have no reason to think that genes are even approximately similar in length.
All 23 pairs of chromosomes
potatoes don't wear genes. stupid.
2 pair of genes 23 genes in a pair so 23x2= 46
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.
single pairs fight
23,299 genes contained in 23 base pairs.
The genome comprises 4,411,529 base pairs and contains around 4,000 genes.
Homologous pairs of chromosomes carry the same genes. These chromosomes are found in the same loci and contain the same centromere position.
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Heterozygous is a dissimilar pairs of genes. This is part of DNA.
26 chromosomal pairs