Determination Of The Sex Of The Child
Hello doc, I want to ask, which chromosome does the father and mother determine the sex of the child’s dock?
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A chromosome is a structure in the nucleus (cell nucleus) in the form of a long series of DNA molecules and contains genetic information of an organism. other (other than gender). Normal humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes, of which 22 are autosomal chromosomes and the last 1 pair are genosome chromosomes. In people with male sex will have XY genosome chromosomes, while women XX. This chromosome will later be passed on to her child. Where at every birth there is a 50% chance of someone being born a boy and the rest (50%) likely being born a girl. If the Y genosome descends from the father's chromosome, the child will be born as a male. If the father's genosome chromosome that descends to the child is X, then the child will be born as a female. Unless genetic disorders occur. In science, genosome chromosomes are always written last, that is on chromosomes 45 and 46 or pairs of 23 chromosomes. If a daughter is born, then it is determined by the chromosome 45 father and the chromosome 45 or 46 mothers. Whereas if it is male, then it is determined by chromosomes to 46 fathers and chronicles to 44 or 46 mothers.
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