Female fruit fly karyotype

Female fruit fly karyotype

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Caption: Female fruit fly (Drosophila sp.) karyotype. A karyotype is the complete set of chromosomes of an organism. Fruit flies have 8 chromosomes in total: 4 inherited from the mother and 4 from the father. The sex chromosomes, which determine the individual's gender, are at bottom right. Females have two X sex chromosome, males have an X and a Y sex chromosome.

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