JJJJ
  • JJJJ
Do African Americans have a different cellular structure than Caucasians?
Biology
katieb
  • katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
While some cells may have slight variations based on different genes (which are the same types of differences found within "races" as well), the cellular structure in terms of organelles, DNA, protein synthesis, etc. are essentially the same.
anonymous
  • anonymous
all homosapeins have same kind nad type of cells. even their no. is also same but hte only difference lies in thier dna which distinguish two persons .(only some sequneces which are not similar )
anonymous
  • anonymous
By means of cellular structure, then the answer is no. Any race of people will have the same structure of cell. Variation is the color, black people have more melanin in there cells rather than the Caucasians which makes there complexion darker.

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