The male has two equal sex chromosomes: the Z chromosome.On the other hand the female has two different ones: the Z and the W Chromosomes.The X chromosome of some people is unusually fragile at one tip - seen "hanging by a thread" under a microscope.Most people have 29 "repeats" at this end of their X-chromosome, those with Fragile X have over 700 repeats due to duplications. ("trans-located") from one chromosome to another - joins a non-homologous chromosome.Dating studies also confirm that people form impressions extremely quickly when meeting others for the first time: initial impressions are crucial, which applies to all 'first meetings', whether in dating, business, or any other situation.Again understanding body language is very helpful in creating positive first impressions.An important principle is that people enjoy and respond being given the opportunity to talk about themselves, especially from a perspective that interests them and enables them to express themselves with some passion and enthusiasm.An ability to listen and show genuine understanding, is also vital to forming rapport early in discussions, which again applies to all communications, not just to flirting and dating.
We tend to be concerned about ourselves, but the other person's needs, feelings and reactions are central to being successful.
By the 1880s, scientists had established methods for staining chromosomes so that they could be easily visualized using a simple light microscope.
With this staining method, scientists were able to observe cell division and to identify the steps that occurred during both mitosis and meiosis (Figure 1).
Some of these principles, and other specific findings relating to forming early successful relationships in dating, are illustrated in the summary below of the study carried out in April 2006 by Professor Richard Wiseman of the University of Hertfordshire, as part of the 2006 Edinburgh International Science Festival. I say 'in essence' because I do not suggest that at your next business meeting you should ask the other person "What is your favourite pizza topping?
These lessons are in essence transferable to all relationships and one-to-one meetings, aside from providing many useful dating pointers. " The 'essence' here is the principle of asking interesting relevant questions as a basis of creating rapport.
: 00 live births; the only viable monosomy in humans - women with Turner's have only 45 chromosomes!!!