Chromosomes and molecular homology, Biology

CHROMOSOMES AND MOLECULAR HOMOLOGY -

  1. The DNA content of diploid cells is similar.
  2. Hoyer et al in 1965 showed that DNA of humans was 100% similar with chimpanzee and 94% with gibbon.
  3. Apes possess 48 chromosomes where as humans possess 46 chromosomes.
  4. Bacillary patterns of many chromosomes are same in humans and apes.
  5. AB blood groups is found both in apes and man.
  6. Luckerhandl in 1963 proposed that hemoglobins of human and gorilla differ in only one amino acid is each of the two types of polypeptides.
  7. Groundman is 1962 proposed that protein homology is maximum between human and chimpanzee, followed by human and gorilla.
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