What do the genetic codes xx and xy mean?
xx and xy are the chromosomes of the male and female body. the female has xx chromosome and the male has xy chromosomes the sex determination chromosomes
XX or XY are the combination of geanes for reproduction process in humen being. Whereas XX is the genetic representation of a female and XY being of a male. The genes XX & XY appear in the 23rd pair of chromosomes in the karyotype of a human.
xx and xy genetic mutation.
i think it is xy xx xx xy xx xy
Two (XX or XY) with the exception of genetic abnormalities.
XX and XY is the male-female cross in humans and some other organisms. XX= female, XY= male.
XX are the female chromosomes and XY are the male chromosomes.
XX = Female, XY = Male :)
Men are XY.
In humans, gender is determined by the x and y chromosomes, with xx being a genetic female and xy being a genetic male
It is referring to the male chromosome whereas the the female gender chromosome is XX.
Females are XY.
Why are genetic diseases carried by genes on the X chromosome more common in male offspring than female offspring?
Because in males they have only 1 X chromosome. The other one is Y. But in females they have 2 XX chromosomes so the chance that X chromosome will carry disease to cause illness is lower. Example: lets say xx (recesssive) phenotype makes illness, whereas XX (dominant) is healthy. A woman can have XX, Xx, xx right? Since Xx is a carrier and XX is healthy you wont see the illness. only xx can make… Read More
Females have xx chromosomes, males have xy.
Yes, but unlike with mammals, in the case of birds females have XY, and males have XX. With mammals like us males have XY and females have XX.
XX means female XY is male
The alleles for a boy (or girl) are really chromosome pairs. XY make up the genetic material necessary for creating a boy. (XX make up the genetic material necessary for creating a girl).
The female has xx and the male has either xx or xy
Sperm is X or Y, it fertilizes the egg forming XY or XX. XY would be male and XX female.
P: Xh x XY` PG: X h X Y` F1 X h XX Xh Xy Xh
The mother has chromosomes XX and the father has the chromosomes XY
The 23rd pair of human chromosomes tells the gender with xx being and xy being male which gender is karyotype?
XX is Female XY is Male
46 chromosomes or 23 pairs of chromosomes where 44+xx or 44+xy xx are girls xy are boys
XX XY - 2002 is rated/received certificates of: Germany:16 UK:15 USA:R
The 23rd pair of chromosomes in a human are the sex cells. If the cells are XY, the person will be a male. If the chromosomes were XX, the person would be female.
If you mean what the sex chromosomes for a human female are, it's XX. For a male, it's XY.
Females' eggs always provide an X. If the sperm is X, the child is female (XX); if it is Y, the child is male (XY).
as the man has XY chromosomes and the woman has XX chromosomes, the possible pairings could be XX, XX, XY, XY. although this suggests that is's a 50/50 % chance , there are 2 girls for every 1 boy in the world today, aka 33.3%
Girls have xx cromosomes, and bnoys have xy chromosomes?
XY relates to genetics, not science fiction, or fantasy. Basically if you are XY, it means you are male, whereas if you are XX you are female. Jacki.
It is not possible to have a YY chromosome unless the chromosomes have been damaged. Women have XX chromosomes and men, who determine the sex of the child, have XY chromosomes, so the normal combinations are XY or XX. However, there are some genetic diseases that are caused by loss or damage to the sex chromosomes. Two of the diseases are XYY syndrome and XXYY syndrome,
female eggs r all same having 22+x as genetic material..but male sperm is of 2 types 22+x &22+y...if 22+x crosses with egg,it result in44+xx which is a female...but if 22+y crosses with egg,it result in 44+xy i.e.male
A chromosome is a DNA strand, that is comprised of genes. The two sex chromosomes are XX in females and XY in males.
xx + xy = baby
some have XX, some XY, some YY, some XXY, some XXX, some X, some Y. Surprisingly, a large % of people have a NON traditional "XX, XY sex gene" and they have no idea - who has the $ sitting around to spend on what their genes look like. And no, just because you have a "---" between your legs doesn't mean your genes match what we were taught you have.
your 23rd pair of chromosomes either has a XX or a XY. An XX is a female, a XY is a male. the y in the chromosomes determines it by a random guess
About half of us DO have an XY chromosome. Males. XX chromosomes are female.
1:1. 50% chance of having either gender. ....x x x xx xx y xy xy
By textbook, the genetic coding in every cell in a human's body should be exactly the same. So, yes, all females have the XX chromosomes in every cell of their body. Males will have the XY chromosome in every cell of their body.
Homozygous means that you have identical alleles for a trait. Example: For females, both alleles are XX. Males are heterozygous, with XY.
XX are the sex chromosomes on female. XY are the sex chromosomes on male XX
The XY gene. XX is female and XY for male.
XY - all males are XY while all females are XX.
XX for a girl and XY for a boy
have an 'XY' chromosome. whereas females have 'XX'.
Women are XX Men are XY
Female- XX Male- XY
XX and a male has XY
Yes, and xx is female.