where is the male-determining gene on the Y chromosome?

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Answered: How many chromosomes in a human zygote and in a human gamete?

A human gamete (sperm or egg) typically has 23 chromosomes. Two gametes fuse to create the zygote. Thus, a human zygote typically has 23 pairs of chromosomes, or 46 chromosomes in total. (One pair -- in other words, two chromosomes -- are sex chromosomes (X or Y).)

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Type of Chromosomes in DNA

And, Hazal. You need to do some studying before you post anything more about this subject. There is identity between 22.5 of male and female chromosomes. The sex chromosomes, X and Y, are different. Females have XX and males, XY. The other 22 pair are the same.

Lysine bridge in crotalidae?

The "Lysine bridge" is not a genomic bridge per se. It is a protein synthetic process that takes place in the animal's venom glands: the formation of crotalid venom is a very complex process beginning with L-Lysine and G-Lysine, forming serotonin, histamine, and valine in concentrations varying ...

How are penalties for late mortgage payments determined?

Most (it can vary) mortgage companies charge an initial (payment is over 15 days late but under 30 days late) fee of 5% of the payment amount. Your loan docs will specify this. If you are 30 days or more late, they can bring on all sorts of fees. Hope this helps. Mortgage Buyer