The Y Chromosome: In Danger?

Biology, Medicine
[caption id="attachment_3050" align="alignright" width="480"] Y Chromosome - Image: NIST[/caption] The Y Chromosome. Some feel it is endangered. Why? Male and female have been differentiated in non-biological ways throughout human history. Privileges and responsibilities—royalty and headship—are traced through the male. Although distorted by humans, this follows Bible headship, described at 1 Corinthians 11:3. As we will see, the biological distinction of male and female lies with the y chromosome. This chromosome might appear in danger. What danger? What does it imply? Humans and Heredity [caption id="attachment_15979" align="alignright" width="344"] Unraveling the DNA of an X-Chromosome.[/caption] Every human organism, though largely similar, displays varying family and individual traits. The information “portfolio” lies in certain macromolecules called DNA. These macromolecules are contained in tiny structures—genes—which are themselves contained in 23 pairs of heredity bearing…
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