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Asked by sanskritforall | 18th Dec, 2009, 07:19: PM

Expert Answer:

The zygote is formed by the fusion of male and female gamete. Hence the child usually has features of both parents, depending on the combination of genes he inherits at the time of fertilisation.                                              In addition, the child may have new features as a result of crossing over of the chromosomes during meiosis.

Due to these reasons the child does not resemble his father completely.

Answered by  | 19th Dec, 2009, 06:49: AM

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