What percentage of DNA is shared among members of the human race?
96% of our DNA is identical to Apes and Monkeys. Only 4% accounts for what we consider "human" to be.
Although most sources say James Watson and Francis Krick were the two scientists credited for the elucidation of the double helical structure of DNA, one must never forget the invaluable contribution of Maurice Wilkins, who was a crystallographer. Wilkins contribution undeniably aided in the understanding of how sugars and bases are arranged on a phosphate backbone to form a double helical structure that we all recognize to this day.
Oh yes, DNA determines race. Race is hereditary.
Is the repair of damaged DNA best viewed as a race between an endonuclease and DNA ligase Helicase Methylase DNA polymerase or Primase?
It's not really a race at all as the processes cooperate with each other, but there are two possible analogies from your options. The first, and the most applicable to living cells, is a race between polymerase and methylase. However, this is only the case in prokaryotes (bacteria etc) and not in eukaryotes (humans, animals, plants etc) because the latter don't methylate their DNA. The reason for this "race" is that the prokaryotic repair enzymes… Read More
There is NO dominant race. Everyone is equal! -Scientifically this is wrong, in a relationship the man is more likely to have the more dominant gene, for example a white man and latin woman are more likely to have a white child, less likely to have a latin child or a mixed race. Mixed races are very less likely to have the strong gene.
No, we can always find a way out. Humans are curious and self preserving. They will never allow for their total destruction to occur.
Most likely we will have the capability to SEE the future of the human race (such as babies) but I don't think they would be able to pick and choose what traits to have. Maybe that will happen in another year.
At the beginning of a race, the human body uses the ATP already in the muscles and new ATP made by lactic acid fermentation and cellular respiration.
The different varities of humankind that are classified as a 'race' were genetic adaptations to environmental factors that provided a genetic advantage over others that did not exhibit the adaptation. Just as 'races' are somewhat different from each other in appearance, there are other genetic traits and dispositions to certain diseases or resistance to certain diseases that are reflected statistically. These would also be due to genetics.From a Biblical perspective, there are not different races… Read More
Answer A more politically correct term to use would be African (African-American only refers to a person of African descent who was born and raised in the United States). And, the most common gene is the one that causes cycle cell anemia. The most "common gene"? There would be numerous answers. Humans have 20-30,000 genes. Most are basically the same for all people. Plus, they wouldn't be African-Americans if they lived in Germany, France, etc...
Due to genetics, a child will be of the same race(s) of his or her parents. Race is often defined as a group of individuals who share genetic and/ or physical traits. However, due to the vagueness of racial definition, many consider race to fall under ethnic identity. The United States allows people to identify with any race(s) they choose, regardless of parentage. They may also identify with more than one race.
The concept of "Race" (features of different genetics: see related answer) is an dated concept of superiority of one set of genetic features above another. Race is more a concept of culture(s) rather than anything else. For instance the "White Race" is a concept of western European nations (countries / cultures), where the "Yellow Race" can be said to define those inhabitants of eastern Asia. The Nazi Party is the most popular modern example of… Read More
No. Race is just a human concept used to label phenotypes that are clearly distinct.
There are many distinguishing physical traits of different races. One of the primary distinguishing features of race is the color of one's skin.
Mixed race. sometimes referred to as 'mulatto', although this is often seen as a derogatory term and can be offensive.
"mixed" race, or mulatto.
There are different types of mixed race, such as, African American and European decedent (mullato), Indian and European decedent ( mestizo). Most times they can be called biracial, multiracial, or just plain mixed.
Depending on the appearance, could be black, white, biracial, or "mixed race". Most "black" people in the US are mixed race, but considered black by our culture.
The human race. Generally speaking, the Lebanese are descendant from the Ancient Phoenicians - some would consider part of the line of Javan or Greece today. Their appearance is commonly white skinned with light hair & eyes and have high check bones. They are not commonly considered part of the Arab peoples though a large part of the Lebanese community is Arab genetically. Today, Lebanon has a wide variety of ethnicities living there. As noted… Read More
no,its a colour of hair not a fox
dutch with black ancestry
What is the race of the father on his child's birth certificate if the father is biracial Black and white but more white and the mother of the child is Indian?
If the term Indian means Native American and the mother has a recognized Indian number it would be advantageous to the child to designate him/her as a Native American since the child would be 50% Native American. This would set the stage for benefits to the child as well as some number of subsequent direct descendants. There is a mixed race designation available in some states however clarity in this instance might be well advised… Read More
No. It is a social construct.
All races are affected by Cockayne Syndrome. To learn more about this syndrome visit www.cockaynesyndrome.net
Cells of the Human Body are the same regardless of the skin color, 46 Chromosomes in each cell. DNA in Interphase for all
Is haircolors races Like is a blond-haired another race than a brown-haired If yes if you are born blond and turned brown-haired with the age did you then chance race?
Certain hair colors are commonly associated with certain races, but hair color does not determine race; race is considered to be determined by ancestors' homelands. In addition, babies' hair color often changes as they age because the genes that determine hair color (specifically, the one that produce color proteins) take time to activate.
muscle cells produce ATP by cellular respiration through fermentation
Green eyes does not attribute to a race. Green eyes is something that people simply have. Usually african americans have dark eyes, but it is always possible for one to have green eyes.
If you consider yourself black, your race is black.
Absolutely not! Race is genetic, determined by the characteristics of the mother and the father. A blood transfusion (from whatever race) will not change the genetic makeup of either the mother or the child.
that's not a race.
If you believe the Bible to be a historical account of the birth of humankind, the answer is yes. If you're of a more scientific bent, a more likely common ancestor for us all would be someone like "Lucy," the 3.5-million-year-old Australopithecus afarensis skeleton discovered in Africa in 1973. ============================================== Many anthropologists support the theory that there actually was an 'Adam' and there actually was an 'Eve.' Mitochondrial DNA indicates that we are all decendants… Read More
The race of people from Haiti is a mix of African, Spanish, and French. It is Haitian.
Well I would assume that since people of two races are called BIracial, then people of three races are called TRIracial.
Gender. Only Females can get it.
Not really. While 2 white people won't have a black baby, and vice-versa, there is no such thing as a dominant and recessive trait for skin color. Skin color is determined by many alleles, which is the reason humans have such a wide variety of skin colors. Some are light, some quite dark, and others have a medium skin tone.
What race are you if your father is white and your mother is black do you go by your fathers race or your mothers?
You should try and get comfortable with going with both races and be proud of your 2 heritages Race doesn't exist so why are you asking this question?To improve this answer I would have to reiterate once again that RACE does exist according to the Federal government on National Statisics. How do you think the censuses bureau comes up with statisics on how many hispanics, blacks, whites and other races are living in a particular… Read More
I and many other mixed race people prefer mixed race, half cast is rather offensive
It depends on what races they are mixed with. Typically they are light skin with more defined features. Dark hair is common though I have seen some dirty blonde people of mix race. Wavey hair is often common.
race is based off of heritage and color of skin
The answer for this question is largely specific to the type of racing. So, I will explain in brief about what Formula One drivers do in their cockpits. 1. BEFORE THE START OF THE RACE: Racing and in particular F1 is physically extremely demanding. The drivers dehydrate in the course of a race and hence they make sure they take a lot of fluids before the race. They also take carbohydrate-rich foods (like pasta) to… Read More
There are 6 parts to the movie on youtube.
The baby's race is determined by the Mother therefor the baby's race can be identified as Black according to the Federal Government, Standards of Race and Ethnicity, 1989.
Caucasians (whites) can have light coloured eyes. However some people of mixed races have green eyes.
Whoever happens to be completing the form(s) at the time; after the child reaches adulthood, the child decides.
Mixture of both but the skin color could be light brown to make you look half African (depends if your black dad originally came from Africa)