Monozygotic twins can develop differently, due to different genes being activated.
More unusual are "semi-identical twins".
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The 'semi-identical' twins are the result of two sperm cells fusing with a single egg
, before becoming two embryos. An embryo created this way doesn't usually ...
Identical twins are formed when one egg after being fertilized by one sperm,
divides into two halves.
Identical twins develop after your fertilized egg splits in half and creates two
genetically identical (aka monozygotic) embryos. If this happens a couple of
Nonidentical twins occur when a woman produces two separate eggs that are
then fertilized by two different sperm cells. The resulting twins sometimes look ...
Now, for identical twins, these happen when a single egg is fertilized by a single
sperm and it splits into identical halves - two babies with identical DNA are now ...
There are two types of twins--fraternal and identical--that are formed through
separate processes taking place during sexual reproduction. The third type of ...
Jul 5, 2007 ... LYON, France – Scientists proposed a new theory this week for how identical
twins are formed as embryos, in a discovery that may improve a ...