What TV show featured 3 cats a female calico and two male cats one grey and one black as well as a brown dog and a yellow bird?
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Yes they can, they have more then one egg that can be fertilized unlike a women (unless you have twins) but a women (in USA i think) had to babies to 2 different men, a black …and a white baby, to 2 different men, its no different then having twins but it was 2 different mens sperm not the one guy, she had 2 eggs, not one that split later, a embryo (already feritsed egg) splits to make identical twins, if something goes wrong, that's wen you get co-joined twins, aka Siamese twins but this lady had 2 eggs, so 2 different spermatozoa go to 2 different eggs, a cat is they same, but it has many eggs.
Something I learned in my Biology class today: The color alleles on cats are located on the X chromosomes in DNA. Calicos and tortoiseshell cats are usually female because …they have an orange X chromosome and a black X chromosome. These two colors will be co-dominant, meaning that neither one or another will be prevalent on the cat's body. This is why calicos and tortoiseshell cats have random patterns of orange and black fur (the white fur, if any, is just a sort of background to the color). Since two X chromosomes in an animal means that it is female and a XY sex chromosome layout means that the animal is male, it is extremely rare for a male cat to have both the orange and the black X chromosomes required for the calico coat. For this to be possible, the male cat must have a XXY layout of chromosomes - the equivalent of the human Klinefelter's Syndrome. This syndrome almost always leads to the sterility of the animal that has it, although there have supposedly been cases where individuals with Klinefelter's have been fertile. And as to why Klinefelter's causes sterility, I don't have a clue.
There is only one male calico out of every 3,000 calico cats. Thismakes the male calico extremely rare. It is not worth any setamount of money, but people may be willing to pa…y more depending onthe specific breed of cat.
None such thing, the calico color scheme is tied to the same chromosomes that makes the cat a female. male calicos do exist i own one would you like a pic of his testicles …to prove it...lol
There ARE dogs that carry the calico coat colour. I don't think there is a pure breed that carries the calico coat, but there are most curtainly muts that are. My dogs are mix…ed breed and all adopted from an animal shelter.
If you mated a black female dog and a black male dog and one puppy came out yellow which color is the recessive gene?
The yellow is recessive.
There are calico cats, but they are rare and usually infertile. Calico coloring on a cat is caused by a "orange" gene on one X chromosome and a "black/white" gene on anothe…r X chromosome - hence, two X chromosomes are needed for a calico cat, which makes it female. Rarely, cats can receive two X chromosomes and a Y (XXY), giving it calico coloring but a male gender.
Males and females have different chromosomes, and the calico pattern is pretty much locked to the female chromosomes.. Coat color in cats is a sex-linked trait. The genetic c…oding for displaying black or orange color is found on the X chromosome. The coding for white is a completely separate gene. Since males have only one X chromosome, they can only be orange OR black. Males cats with two X chromosomes and one Y chromosome can turn out to be calico, but they are usually sterile.
If you have two cats who are one month apart in age And the younger one who is male has 12 incisors but the older one who is female has only 3 incisors Is there a problem with one of the cats?
Females are the only calico cats! Another Answer The above answer isn't entirely correct - it is possible for a male cat to have calico patterning, but this is rare. See …Related Links below. Just like any other cat - by looking at its genitals. However, the vast majority calico cats are female. It is rare for a cat with the calico patterning to be male.
it does not mater if it is male or female they will pobobly take time to get yoused to eachother.
If you mean 'running legs', the answer is 14 If you just mean 'all legs', the answer is 16 This is because the wings of a bird are actually transformed legs...
A male cat is a Tom , a female cat is a Queen , and a young cat is a kitten .
Most calico or tortoiseshell cats are female, and the males are sterile, since they only have one X chromosome.
Somewhere in the area of 99:1 female to male.
for every 301 calico cats born, 300 are female, so yes it is very "rare" for you to have a male calico cat.
The Calico cat is very likely to be female. It is a genetic trait that seems to be tied into the same genetics that govern their coat color.