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Twin - Wikipedia

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More unusual are "semi-identical twins". These "half-identical twins" are hypothesized to occur when an unfertilized egg ...

Fraternal Twins vs Identical Twins - Difference and Comparison ...

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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 fertilized ...

How will I know if my twins are identical? - BabyCentre

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You probably want to know as early as possible if your twins are identical. We explain how and when you'll find out and the effect a shared placenta can have on ...

Insights From Identical Twins - Genetics - University of Utah

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Because identical twins develop from a single fertilized egg, they have the same genome. So any differences between twins are due to their environments, not ...

Identical Twins or Fraternal Twins? - - Twin Pregnancy and Beyond

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Identical twins (monozygotic) occur when a single egg, fertilized by a single sperm, ... Twins are always identical when they share the same amnion and chorion ...

Twins - identical and fraternal - Better Health Channel

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To form identical twins, one fertilised egg (ovum) splits and develops two babies with exactly the same genetic information. This differs from fraternal twins, ...

8 Fascinating Facts about Twins | Reader's Digest

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Another way to determine who's who: Take fingerprints. Identical twins may share DNA, but exposure to different areas of the womb during development affects ...

Identical twins - how do the happen, chances and risks of identical ...

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What causes identical twins or monozygotic twins? Find out the chances of having identical twins and the risks involved. Huggies.com.au.

Identical Twins' Genes Are Not Identical - Scientific American

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Apr 3, 2008 ... Identical twins are identical, right? After all, they derive from just one fertilized egg , which contains one set of genetic instructions, or genome, ...

Identical vs. Fraternal Twins: What's the Difference? - Verywell

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Jul 11, 2016 ... This article addresses the distinction between identical and fraternal twins.