Please help me in this regard.

Mathias Holpert s88891 at stud-mail.uni-wuerzburg.de
Mon Nov 10 15:26:04 EST 1997


On Sun, 9 Nov 1997 18:12:22 +0000, Dene Bebbington
<dene at bebbo.demon.co.uk> wrote:


>>
>>Kaih Bomai <bmh-kbb at jcu.edu.au> wrote in article
>><Pine.OSF.3.93.971023075136.13685E-100000 at crab.jcu.edu.au>...
>>> 
>>> I am  student and that I need to know at the current rate of
>>> inter-marriage that is going  on in the world - is it possible that in
>>> some time in the future.....will they be ever a particular human with
>>same
>>> genotype.
>
>They are commonly known as twins. Do you know what a genotype is?

What do twins have to do with the current rate of inter-marriage, and
thus, with the original question?

Ciao

Mathias



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