Why males are called heterogametic?
Asked by rushabh123 | 10th Mar, 2019, 06:48: PM
The human males produces two types of sex chromosomes, X and Y. Hence, the gametes produced by them are also of two types- one bearing X chromosome and the other bearing the Y chromosome. Hence, human males are said to be heterogametic.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 10th Mar, 2019, 07:13: PM
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