Y-chromosome Meaning in Hindi


  1. 1. वाई-गुणसूत्र (p. vai-gunasutra )

Y-chromosome Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "Because it turns out you don't need a Y-chromosome to be a super hero... you just need balls."
- Chelsea Cain, Mockingbird #3

2. "Ironically, although the Y-chromosome has become synonymous with male aggression, it is intrinsically unstable. Adam is as much cursed as cursing."
- Bryan Sykes, Adam's Curse: The Science That Reveals Our Genetic Destiny

3. "You’ve always been stone solid until now, like Joe Friday with no Y chromosome. Now you’re Nancy Drew on a sugar rush."
- Dean Koontz, Prodigal Son

4. "Today 8 percent of the men who live within the former territory of the Mongol Empire share a Y chromosome that dates to around the time of Genghis, most likely because they descended from him and"
- Steven Pinker, The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined

5. "One doesn’t have to invoke dominance to explain why Genghis Khan inseminated so many women that his Y chromosome is common in Central Asia today; it’s enough to observe that he killed the women’s fathers and husbands."
- Steven Pinker, The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined

6. "DMS is energetic and enterprising to a degree that from time to time leaves certain persons (e.g. those burdened with a petty fear of death or torture) uneasy (see my prior speculation as to possibility DMS may have been born with a redundant Y chromosome)."
- Neal Stephenson, Cryptonomicon

7. "No matter how much I may love—scratch that, loved, past tense—Josh, I was no dummy. Everyone knows the Y chromosome carries with it the instinctive urge to lie under pressure. Which, incidentally, was what Josh was going to be under when I found him. Serious pressure. On his larynx."
- Gemma Halliday, Deadly Cool

8. "We all start out the same in our mothers' wombs. We, all of us, when floating in the amniotic sea of our earliest oblivion, have gonads. If the Y chromosome didn't swoop in to act on the gonads of some of us and make testes, we would all become women. In biology, the Genesis story is reversed: Adam becomes Adam out of Eve, not the other way around."
- Siri Hustvedt, The Summer Without Men

9. "From the proportion of Mongol royal house Y chromosomes in their sample, Tyler-Smith and his colleagues have been able to calculate just how well Genghis succeeded in his procreative program. An astonishing 8% of males throughout the former lands of the Mongol empire carry the Y chromosome of Genghis Khan. This amounts to a total of 16 million men, or about 0.5% of the world’s total."
- Nicholas Wade, Before the Dawn: Recovering the Lost History of Our Ancestors

10. "Most curious is the way that Y/surname patterns differ between countries. In Britain, on average, a man who has the same surname as another is significantly more likely to have a similar Y chromosome, and therefore a common ancestor, than he would with someone of a different surname. But there’s a twist: The Y similarity depends on the frequency of the surname within the population. If you are a Smith, for example, the rule does not apply."
- Christine Kenneally, The Invisible History of the Human Race: How DNA and History Shape Our Identities and Our Futures

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