No. There are some people that have one or bones than most others, but most all humans, both males and females have the same pair of 12 ribs.
No. The Bible simply states that God used one of Adam's ribs which of course did not change his genetic code in any way.
No, they both have a pair of twelve. The idea that a man or a woman has more that the other comes from the idea that if Eve came from a rib of Adam's then somehow one or the other of them must have ended up with more. The reality is that males and females each have the exact same number of vital organs (heart lungs kidneys etc.) therefore, of course we have the same ribcage to protect them.
No. During medieval times, it was commonly assumed that men had one less rib than women, because of the creation story in Genesis chapter 2. Medieval reasoning was that it was not necessary to physically count people's ribs because the Bible was inerrant. However, men and women really do have the same number of ribs.
Yes, although it has less DNA and is smaller than its partner the X chromosome
Females carry two X chromosomes and no Y chromosomes. so if one is missing a section, the other will make up for it. For males, who only have one X and one Y chromosome, there is no overlap.
Because females don't have any Y chromosomes. Females are XX; males are XY (one of each).
Females usually have one Barr body; males usually have none.
Between five and eight percents of males and less than one percent females.
One possibility is because females are born with all the eggs they will ever have while males can produce millions of sperm per day leaving the sperm less exposed to a potential mutagen.
Males have a shorter legs than females do. Males are smaller than females. Males bark if they feel safe in their habitat while females make a quiet croaking sound.
Females are usually larger than males.
yes, if you want them to breed. If one is not ready, the other will kill it Addition In a 15 gallon tank with filtration and heat you can usually keep One male and no less than 4 females. Have plenty of decorations so the females and males can stake out territories and feel safe. Breeding can be complicated so resesrch before you try.
males have only one copy of the X chromosome.
males have only one X chromosomes
Scabies is more common amongst females than males.
Drinking in moderation -- less than two drinks a day for adult males, one drink a day for females -- is not known to be bad for you. Anything more than that has potential ill effects.
In many birds the males have more beautiful colors than females because the females don't need them. The males use them to scare off other males and to attract females. The females don't need them for anything.
Tiger hierarchy consists of the males being more dominant and larger than the females. Tigers tend to be loners, but females will live closer together than males, and when mating season comes, the strongest of the males tends to be the one in charge. Tigers are more willing to share their prey with males that are related, and females who have their cubs. or others who have been in the areaÊwhoseÊscent theyÊrecognize, males will allow the females and cubs to eat with them, or even first.ÊÊ