You are studying sex determination in a newly discovered fish species. You isolate fish eggs that are genetically identical and incubate them at varying temperatures.
Do you expect all hatched fish to be the same sex since they have identical genomes?
Because depending on the species, sex can be determinded by different factors? (I think it is this one)
if they have identical genomes they have to have identical phenotypes including sex?
- 9 days ago
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