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- they develop from one zygote, which splits and forms two embryos, or dizygotic ('non-identical' or 'fraternal'), meaning that each twin develops from...
- from one zygote that splits and forms two embryos. Fraternal twins are dizygotic because they develop from two separate Oocytes (egg cells) that are fertilized...
- while 13 percent of dizygotic twins were left-handed. In another study, the frequency of right-handed and left-handed pairs of dizygotic twins is about 23%...
- from a single zygote is called monozygotic, from two zygotes is called dizygotic, or from three or more zygotes is called polyzygotic. Similarly, the siblings...
- environment, whereas dizygotic twins will differ from one another due to environment as well as genes. Under this simplistic model, if dizygotic twins differ...
- share susceptibility to the disease at >35% rate compared to fraternal (dizygotic) twins and other full siblings who only showed a 2–5% concordance in shared...
- (39.1%) were concordant for GID; in contrast, none of the 21 same‐**** dizygotic female and male twins were concordant for GID, a statistically significant...
- increased risk of the co-twin's having PTSD compared to twins that were dizygotic (non-identical twins). Women with a smaller hippocampus might be more...
- that genetic traits of monozygotic twins are fully concordant whereas in dizygotic twins, half of genetic traits are concordant, while the other half are...
- of ****igned males and 8 of 35 (22.8%) pairs of ****igned females. Among dizygotic or genetically non-identical twin pairs, there was only 1 of 38 (2.6%)...