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All cells except reporductive cells have 46 chromosomes and the repro cells have 23 chromosomes which is half a set of DNA.
Babies are created when the male gamete (sperm) combines with the female gamete (ovum, or egg), in the process known as fertilization. Each of the gametes contains 23 chromosomes. Therefore, the first cell of the baby contains 23 pairs of chromosomes, or 46 in total. All the other somatic (body) cells in the developing baby's body will contain copies of the DNA from that original cell, meaning that they too will contain 46 chromosomes. The only cells in the baby's body that will not contain 46 chromosomes are the gametes that they will produce for their own reproduction.
-23 pairs of chromosomes, or 46 in total- 22 pairs are autosomes and the 23rd pair consists of sex chromosomes-
EACH N EVRY OF HUMANBODY EXCEPT GERM CELLS HV 46 CHROMOSOMES. GERM CELLS HV 23 CHROMOSOMES B/C MALE N FEMALE GERM CELLS UNITE TO GIVE RISE 2 46 CHROMOSOME CONTAINING ZYGOTE WHCH LATERON CONVERTS INTO A COMPLETE HUMAN
All the cells in Human has 46 chromosomes in which 22 are autosomal and 1 pair is sex chromosome except sperm cells.
sperm cells have half the number of chromosomes that of the usual cells. Since sperm cells are haploid they have only 23 chromosomes.
23 pairs or 46 in total
Human body cells contain 23 pair or 46 chromosomes.
The human body cells contain 46 chromosomes or 23 pairs of chromosomes . We get 23 haploid chromosomes from our mom and 23 haploid chromosomes from our dad . A haploid cells only have half the number of chromosomes as diploid, and a diploid cell contain two complete sets chromosomes.
They contain 23 pairs of chromosomes.
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