Difference between Dizygotic and Monozygotic Twins?

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The difference between dizygotic twins and monozygotic twins is; dizygot twins are twins from a distinct fertilized egg and then it's split into two whereas monozygot twins grow from two fertilized eggs from the same sperm.
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Dizygotic twins develop from two separate ova fertilized by different sperm at roughly the same time, they are also called fraternal twins. Monozygotic twins develop from one zygote
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Monozygotic twins, , originated from the same
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I agree with the answer above, but there's more to it. Dizygotic twins (fraternal" and which involve two eggs being fertilized at the same time) are more like siblings born at
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in simplest terms, Monozygotic twins are identical, Dizygotic are not.
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There are two main types of twins which are fraternal or dizygotic where two different eggs are fertilized by one sperm at the same time and identical or monozygotic ...
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