These two terms are used to describe the unusual conditions when a patient's blood pH is not within its healthy range. It measures how acidic the blood is. It is normal for pH to fall between 7.35- 7.45 as this will make sure that metabolic processes function properly. There are situations though that can cause these levels to fall outside these limits. Typical metabolism creates large amounts of acids that need to be removed to keep a regular pH balance.
[...] What are karotypes, genotypes and phenotypes? A karotype is a collection of paired chromosomes that come from a picture of a chromosome when it is enlarged, cut and placed into pairs. It is used as a tool to identify structural abnormalities and errors when it comes to the number of chromosomes. A genotype consists of a person's genetic makeup while the phenotype is the way that the genotype is expressed. Compare and contrast dominant-recessive inheritance, incomplete dominance and co-dominance and provide and example of each Dominant inheritance occurs when only one of the two genes is shown in bodily traits. [...]
[...] Genetics Explain chromosomes, genes, dominant alleles and recessive alleles, heterozygous and homozygous alleles A chromosome is an organized structure of DNA and protein that is located in cells. Genes are parts of the DNA strand that possess information about a specific bodily trait. Dominant alleles are those that prevail over recessive alleles, and conversely, recessive alleles are those that are ignored when paired with a dominant one. Heterozygous alleles contain one gene pair that is made up of different genes and homozygous alleles contain one gene pair that is made up of identical genes. [...]
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