fraternal twins


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fraternal twins

[frə¦tərn·əl ′twinz]
(biology)
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BEIRUT: Prominent international human rights lawyer Amal Clooney gave birth to fraternal twins Tuesday morning in London.
With her fraternal twin, Joyce, Pat was a guiding light in the Yngling class, which made its entrance to the Olympic Games in 2004.
Both sets of twins were born through Caesarian section and are fraternal twins.
His research uses a nationwide database of identical and fraternal twins to piece together influences from environmental and genetic factors.
Identical twins have identical DNA," Wright explains, "so if a gene is heritable, its expression will be more similar in identical twins than in fraternal twins.
Jones created the images and story from experiences raising fraternal twins in Western Washington.
Research published recently in The Leadership Quarterly links the genetic makeup of identical and fraternal twins with leadership roles they have as adults.
Murray performed more transplants on identical twins over the next few years and tried kidney transplants on other relatives, including fraternal twins, learning more about how to suppress the immune system's rejection of foreign tissue.
The results suggested that in the twin pairs, both identical twins were more likely to have fainted than both fraternal twins.
The 42-year-old gave birth to fraternal twins in April via C-section.
Just witness associate producer Kyle Turoff, whose 2(1/2)-year-old fraternal twins, Avery and Kennedy, spend most days playing, sleeping and eating in the same dressing room where Kyle watched her parents, owners Bob Turoff and Roberta MacDonald, apply their stage make-up when she was a toddler.
A PASSION FOR DRIVING COUPLED WITH AUTOMOTIVE and lifestyle experiences around the globe inspired fraternal twins Hussein and Hassan Iddrisu as well as their cousin John Spio to start their customization shop Roadstarr Motorsports (www.