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The difference between maternal and paternal twins is determined by the fertilization and number of the eggs. The difference is that Identical twins come from the similar egg while fraternal from two dissimilar eggs. This is brought about by the zygote consisting of two haploid sets of chromosomes bearing genes indicating the maternal and paternal family ranks.

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what is the difference between maternal and paternal twins?

The zygote consists of two haploid sets of chromosomes…more

What is difference between maternal and paternal?

"Maternal" is of or pertaining to the mother, "paternal" is of or pertaining to the father….more

what is the difference in maternal & paternal?

Paternal means your fathers side. Maternal is your mothers side….more

what is the difference in paternal and maternal?

Maternal is pertaining to or having the qualities of a mother….more


The main difference between a muscle ligament and a tendon is that a ligament contains bones, whereas a tendon does not. Also, the tendon acts like an anchor for the actual muscle. Lastly, a ligament holds everything together.

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What makes a muscle different from a tendon or ligament?

It has the ability to contract….more

What are the differences and similarities between muscles and ligaments and tendons?

Histologically they are generally the same however a ligament attaches two bones together and a tendon attaches a muscle to a bone….more

What is the difference between tendon injury ligament injjury and muscle injury?

Ligaments bind bone to bone and tendons bind muscle to bone. A ligament is a fibrous connective tissue which attaches bone to bone, and usually serves to hold structures together …more

how are tendons & ligaments different?

Tendons connect muscles to bones. They can also attach muscles to structures, like the eyeball. Ligaments connect bones to bones. They help to stabilize joints and hold bones in place…more


The difference between human and animal brains is that the human brain has greater capacities. These include abilities to include complex emotions. These can be humor, self consciousness, thinking of the meaning of life among others.

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How are human brains different then animals?

Many animals in the world, my friend. Exactly, which ones? *Also, it’s THAN not THEN…more

How are human brains and animal brains different?

Animal brains vary in size, and cannot "think" like human brains can. With the different habits and knowledge, they can not process many human objects. People say that animals…more

What is different between human and animals brain?

One different is the human have a larger neocortex than a animals.Also,the convolutions resulting in gryi and sulci in the human brain is sometimes not seen in a lower animals or …more

What is the difference between the human brain and the animal brain?

One difference is that humans have a larger neocortex than animals. Also, the convolutions resulting in gyri and sulci in the human brain is sometimes not seen in lower animals or…more


The main difference between Vicodin (Hydrocodone) and Codeine are their chemical composition. Between the two, Hydrocodone is more potent and has less side effects than codeine. For this reason, Hydrocode is most preferred for treatment of severe pains.

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what is the difference between vicodine and codeine?

Codeine and Oxycodone are similar in makeup, but differ just…more

How much codeine is in vicodin?

Not enough….more

Which is stronger codeine or vicodin?

It depends on the preparation – both are DEA Schedule 2 opiates, but they typically come in drug preparations that lower them to Schedule 3. They’re both about the same as far as …more

What is the difference between vicodin & tylenol w/ codeine?

Nope. Tylenol with codeine is simply that — acetaminophen with codeine (which is a narcotic in the same family as morphine, opium, and heroin). Vicodin is a non-narcotic painkiller…more


Katie Couric never discussed cosmetic procedures done on her body. However, some reports show that she had a face-lift to raise her cheeks and jaws. Note, however, that these reports are unconfirmend.

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How Tall is Katie Couric?

Katherine Anne Couric is better known to the news world as Katie. Katie might see short at her 5′ 2 1/2" but she makes up for it with her warm smile….more

Who is Katie Couric Dating?

Katie Cougar is more like it. The former Today Show host is apparently hooking up with a 33 year old entrepreneur/triathlete named Brooks Perlin….more

Who is Katie Couric?

Katie Couric is currently the nightly anchor of the CBS Evening News. Katie Couric got her start in journalism in the mid 1980’s. She is also well known for co-hosting the Today Show…more

How Old is Katie Couric?

Popular newswoman, Katie Couric was born on January 7, 1957. This makes her 52 years old in 2009. She was born in Arlington, Virginia. Look here for more information: http://www.celebroundup.com…more


Anger is a feeling of someone being mad. Aggression is a type of act done in an angry way. For example someone can be angry however they act with aggression.

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what difference between anger and aggression?

The difference between a healthy declaration of anger and an act of aggression is the action that is harmful to another person, animal or thing. In other words you can express anger…more

how do i know if anger and aggression in my son is normal?

1. Determine the source of the anger. Many children act with anger and aggression because they feel helpless or powerless. If these are the reasons that the child is acting out, then…more

what is the difference between an aggressive dog and a dog that bullies?

Humans often perceive dominant behavior as bullying. When dogs meet, it is instinctual for them to determine a "pack order" or hierarchy. Some dogs are naturally submissive…more

how to know the difference between rage and anger?

1. Ask yourself, how long have I been angry? If you’re angry every day and you aren’t always sure where your anger is coming from, then you’re experiencing rage, not anger. 2. Do …more


Sweating in human beings is known as perspiration and is done automatically as a thermoregulation mechanism. When temperatures rises thermo-sensitive neurons in a region of the brain called hypothalamus stimulates the sweat glands which secret small amount of solute. Emotionally induced perspiration occurs at the palms, soles and armpits while physically induced perspiration occurs throughout the body.

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Why do Humans Sweat?

Humans sweat mainly because they are over-heated. That is the way the body cools down. If you do not like to sweat, then just don’t move at all, ever. And even that is not a guarantee…more

why humans sweat?

The main reason a human being sweats is to regulate the temperature of the body. Even if you are unaware of it, you sweat out 600 g of moisture from your body every day. The moisture…more

how does a human sweat gland work?

Sweating is one of the ways that the human body regulates temperature. This can be in response to a rise in external temperature, or in internal temperature, from a fever, muscle …more

Why human is sweating?

The body sweats as a way of cooling itself off and releasing unneeded waste…more


Heterogeneously dense breast tissue will appear opaque to xrays in the same way as a tumor. This makes determining whether or not a woman may have cancer if she has a dense thickening of breast tissue. Digital imaging may be a way around this.

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What does “heterogeneously dense breast tissue” mean?

My grandmother always had very firm breasts for her age. I just had a mammogram, and I am 68 years old, and my report said "breast tissue is heterogeneously dense". I think…more

How can I tell if I have dense breast tissue?

Dense/fibrous tissue is usually a classification (or even a comment) that a doctor would make. It’s hard to describe but it could mean anything from thick or full to bumpy/lumpy breasts…more

what do these results mean, my mammogram result read nodular fibroglandular tissue/ dense breast/ fibrocystic changes?

It means you have denser breast tissue with less fatty content. It makes mammograms more difficult to read, but has no bearing on the risk of breast cancer….more

when i asked if something is wrong – she said let me se and read over the paper.she said it came up as dense tissue in hte right breast?

No. Mammogaphy is not a science, not at all. They’ve done studies, showing the same x-ray to a dozen doctors, and their analyses were all over the map. You see there are lots of fudge-factors…more


To cure split ends in hair you will need to cut them off. Keeping your hair trimmed is the best way to prevent them as well. You should also use a natural bristle brush to prevent more split ends.

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how to cure split ends?

1. heat stove, put honey in pan.. heat till runny. 2. remove from heat. 3. add oils and vinegar. 4. put all through hair, saturating especially the ends… wrap head in plastic wrap…more

What is the cure for split ends?

To get rid of split ends, the best thing to do is keep your hair low maintenance….more

How to Trim Split Ends?

Split ends are mainly caused by heat damage. So if you want to trim the spit ends of your hair you can either go to a salon or you can attempt to do it on your own. If you do it on …more

How to cure split ends?

The best way to cure split ends is really to just get them cut off! What I did was wait it out abit so my hair got longer so when I got them cut my hair wasn’t too short : use any…more


To cure flem (phlegm) in the throat, one can use one of many over the counter medications. Because phlegm is most often caused by an allergic reaction to something in the environment or to a food many people find relief with antihistamines. Gargling with warm salt water, drinking plenty of warm liquids, and taking some cold medications can also help to cure phlegm in the throat. Some people also find relief when they take certain antibiotics.

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how to deal with flem stuck in the throat?

1. Break up and loosen the mucus by gently coughing or inhaling steam. Loosen the phlegm and you will immediately feel more comfortable and your throat more relaxed. Inhale the steam…more

How to Cure Strep Throat?

The only way to cure strep throat is to take an antibiotic. You need to go to the doctor and have them swab your throat and test for strep throat. At this point the doctor will prescribe…more

How to Cure a Soar Throat?

Besides taking medicine for a sore throat you should drink hot tea with lemon. Also, you should try putting some warm honey on a lemon and eating it. That should help with the sore …more

How to Cure a Scratchy Throat?

To cure a scratchy throat, drink hot liquids, such as tea, with some honey in it. The honey can be taken straight by the spoonful as well. Gargling with warm, salted water will help…more

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