Dizygotic (DZ) or fraternal twins (also referred to as "non-identical twins", "
dissimilar twins", "biovular twins", ...
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Fraternal twin definition, one of a pair of twins, not necessarily resembling each
other, or of the same sex, that develop from two separately fertilized ova.
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What's the difference between Fraternal Twins and Identical Twins? Fraternal
twins are “dizygotic,” meaning that they developed from two different eggs
Dizygotic twin, also called fraternal twin or nonidentical twin, two siblings who
come from separate ova, or eggs, that are released at the same time from an
fraternal twins. Dizygotic twins Twins resulting from 2 separate fertilized eggs
liberated simultaneously from the ovaries that develop in separate or partially
Fraternal twins, also known as dizygotic twins, occur when two separate eggs are
fertilized by two separate sperm. This results in two babies who are not ...