Homozygous is the term for a trait that appears in both males and females.
This can include traits that are common in both sexes, or traits that have been observed in only one sex but are present in both.
The most common type of homozygote is an X chromosome anomaly, which is the result of a mutation.
This is the rarest type, with less than 1 percent of individuals in the U.S. having this anomaly.
Homozygotes are less likely to develop an X-linked disease, like cancer, and are more likely to be able to pass on their mutations.
The average age of first homozygotes is between 15 and 30, and it’s the first time the mutation has been discovered.
Homogenic is a more common form of homogenic, which occurs when two mutations are present and a single gene is mutated in the same location in the genome.
This mutation changes the genetic material in the nucleus, which results in a specific set of DNA instructions being used to control the expression of the trait.
The exact cause of homogenesis has not been determined.
Homogenous mutations are rare, with just over 1 percent in the world.