1.2 Identical twins
sex identical twins
1.3 Semi-identical ... twins are observed separately or together.
sex identical twins
In extremely rare cases, ... in about 1 in 10,000 of all births, but cases of mixed
sex identical twins are much rarer—only ...
... to the stomach . In the stomach, food is churned and thoroughly mixed
with acid and other digestive enzymes with digestive fluid to further ... the stomach, food is passed to the small intestine where it is further mixed
with secretions such as bile , which helps aid in fat digestion, and ...
Full blood count
... 3.3 Platelets
Automated blood count
Blood for a FBC is usually taken into an EDTA tube to stop it from clotting . The blood is well mixed
(though not shaken) and put through a machine. The machine, called an automated analyser , counts the numbers and types of different cells within ...
... Edward's Syndrome babies.
A small percentage of cases occur when only some of the body's cells have an extra copy of chromosome 18, resulting in a mixed
population of cells with a differing number of chromosomes. Such cases are sometimes called mosaic Edwards syndrome. Very rarely, a piece of ...
... on dark colour and strongly influence the colour and flavour of the beer.
The malt is ground into a coarse powder , known as grist , which is mixed
with heated water in a vat called a "mash tun" for a process known as "mashing". During this process, natural enzymes within the malt break down ...
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... of the usual two copies. A small percentage of cases occur when only some of the body's cells have an extra copy of chromosome 13, resulting in a mixed
population of cells with a differing number of chromosomes, such cases are called Mosaic Patau syndrome.
Patau syndrome can also occur when part of ...