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Of course! It is because of many parents in the world that we have an under achieving, lazy, unsuccessful group of children that are this country's future. It is a vicious cycle. You live what you learn, and if you only learn laziness that is what you will repeat.

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Q: Should children be able to sue their parents for not allowing them to reach their full genetic potential?
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Why do tall parents have tall children?

it is genetic


What is la creche in France?

La crèche can be: - the nativity scene - or: - a place where they look after young children allowing parents to go to work.


How long were the parents allowed to visit their children for in the workhouses?

Parents were only allowed to visit their children a few minutes.


Why do children tend to follow parents' decisions?

Because children are normally around there parents for their whole lives so they become similar to their parents. Also it could be something in the genes.


Do parents have the right to have a say in whom their children marry?

Yes, parents have the right to say in whom their children marry.Parents have the right to say whom their children marry because parents know what is best for their children.They have the past experience of marriage and they know who they should marry as they know their likes and dislikes and what their consequences may be.The children may be underage and the parents have the right to stop them and guide them, by teaching them the right things. The children might not know what is the real meaning of marriage and what marriage is for.No, parents do not have the right to have a say in whom their children marry.Children should make their own decisions.Forcing the children may cause them to have an unhappy marriage.The children must be independent and choose who they want to marry.Neutral.Parents may have already arranged an arranged marriage and the children might decline.Children may choose who they want to marry but the parents may decline.Both the children and the parents may choose who the children marry.

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Why do tall parents have tall children?

it is genetic


Genetic counseling is a process that what?

It uses a family pedigree, assists parents in deciding whether or not to have children, and helps identify parents at risk for having children with genetic defects.


How many parents actually have children?

that don't make sense...how many PARENTS actually have kids?um,all of them duh? Answer: This is a matter of semantics. A parent a is a person who is in charge of the raising of a child. A parent is also the (female) person who physically grows the child in her body - generally called the birth parent. A parent is also the other partner who contributes the genetic material to the child (egg or sperm) either through direct action or donation (genetic parent). Therefore: * All parents (child raisers) have children * Many parents are both birth parents and child raisers and have children * Some parents are birth parents (have children) but not child raisers (children given to adoption) and have no children (to raise)* Some parents are birth parents but have no genetic tie to the children and do not participate on raising the children (surrogate mothers) * Some parents are genetic material donors (egg and sperm donors) but never participate in the child raising


If a genetic defect is cause by a recessive alleles how can potential parents determine the likelihood that they carry the allele?

Potential parents can determine the likelihood of carrying a recessive allele by doing genetic testing or consulting with a genetic counselor. By studying their family history, they can track patterns of inheritance and assess the probability of carrying the allele. Additionally, carrier screening tests can provide more information about the presence of specific genetic mutations.


Should parents with genetic disorders be allowed to have children?

i see no problem with it. i see no problem with it.


Will your 11 year old need a passport traveling from Dublin to Munich with his parents?

Yes, an 11 year old will need a passport to travel to Munich from Dublin. The rule allowing children to be added to their parents passports no longer exists.Yes, an 11 year old will need a passport to travel to Munich from Dublin. The rule allowing children to be added to their parents passports no longer exists.Yes, an 11 year old will need a passport to travel to Munich from Dublin. The rule allowing children to be added to their parents passports no longer exists.Yes, an 11 year old will need a passport to travel to Munich from Dublin. The rule allowing children to be added to their parents passports no longer exists.Yes, an 11 year old will need a passport to travel to Munich from Dublin. The rule allowing children to be added to their parents passports no longer exists.Yes, an 11 year old will need a passport to travel to Munich from Dublin. The rule allowing children to be added to their parents passports no longer exists.Yes, an 11 year old will need a passport to travel to Munich from Dublin. The rule allowing children to be added to their parents passports no longer exists.Yes, an 11 year old will need a passport to travel to Munich from Dublin. The rule allowing children to be added to their parents passports no longer exists.Yes, an 11 year old will need a passport to travel to Munich from Dublin. The rule allowing children to be added to their parents passports no longer exists.Yes, an 11 year old will need a passport to travel to Munich from Dublin. The rule allowing children to be added to their parents passports no longer exists.Yes, an 11 year old will need a passport to travel to Munich from Dublin. The rule allowing children to be added to their parents passports no longer exists.


What are some good organizations for children in need?

The Big Brothers and Big Sisters organizations are good for children, since they bring together adults and children that do not have parents, allowing the adults to act as surrogate parents to such children.


Who are potential perpetrators of neglect?

One possible answer are some parents who neglect their children.


What genotype combinations in two parents has the potential for the greatest genetic variation in the offspring?

The greatest genetic variation in offspring is typically achieved when the parents have different genotypes at multiple genetic loci. This means having a combination of heterozygous and homozygous alleles for different traits. The combination of heterozygous alleles (e.g., Aa) in both parents can lead to the highest genetic diversity in the offspring due to potential recombination events during meiosis.


How do you achieve the maximum potential with a foal on Howrse?

Choose parents with high genetic potential. Breed ONLY horses with 100 BLUP. Play with the foal as much as possible when it is young. Using Aphrodite's Tears when the mare is pregnant gives the foal more inborn skills but has no effect on its genetic potential.


How is XLA prevented?

Parents of a child with XLA should consider genetic counseling if they are planning to have more children


How do you calculate the genetic potential of a horse on howrse?

If you want to find the genetic potential of a certain horse, just click on the 'genetic' tab that is right next to the 'characteristics' tab (where his health, energy, morale is etc) and you should see it in the top right corner.You can go to help it will say genetics!