For those people who don’t know why people inherit certain traits from their parents then this is the place to be, as we are going to see how chromosomes also play a role in all this. When a baby is conceived in the uterus there are two things which happen. The sperm from the male party joins the egg from the female so that conception takes place. As a result a baby start forming and after nine months the baby is born. When the sperm and an egg join together then the parent’s genetic composition is passed to the baby from both the egg and from the sperm.
What are chromosomes?
Chromosomes carry hereditary traits of a person and it is the thing which causes a human to resemble the parents since this is what is inherited. A sperm carries this chromosome where it will then be moved to the woman body and combined in the egg. This will then give the baby a genetic inheritance from both mother and father. Maybe you are asking yourself, “How many chromosomes are in a sperm cell?” A sperm contain 22 pairs of chromosomes, for those who were wondering how many chromosomes are in a sperm cell. Each sperm must contain these chromosomes and mostly they are carried together with the DNA. These chromosomes are of two types which include X and Y. When they are matched together then they are used to determine the sex of the baby.
For females they have XX chromosomes, while in males they contain XY chromosomes which determine the sex of the baby. These chromosomes are found in the cell of the sperm and egg and are contained in a special type of cell called gametes. A female gametes will only contain 23 X chromosomes while that of the male will contain half X and the other half Y. The male gametes will be responsible in affect the sex of the baby. If the X chromosomes combine with X chromosome from the sperm then it will be a female child and if the X chromosome from the female combine with Y from the sperm then the sex of the baby will be a boy.
What are some of the chromosomes’ defects?
There are, however, abnormalities that can also affect the chromosomes and factor into how genetics are passed down to the baby. However these abnormalities are caused mostly by a deficiency of important nutrients that can be easily acquired through eating healthy meals. Zinc is one of the most important nutrients which you may need to take in plenty of, to make sure that your sexual reproduction system is working appropriately. You can get elements of this nutrient by eating eggs regularly as they contain this nutrient. Also if you can eat garlic and add it in your meals then you can be assured that production of sperm will be effective and everything that is needed for this production will be easily met.
Another abnormality of one X chromosomes in female is known as Turner syndrome which can cause a baby to have some defects when growing. The baby who has this problem will not mature to be a female with all feminine characteristics, and this will result in causing the baby to look like a man instead of a female. The breasts will not grow, as well as causing failure of the sexual organ to mature as well as absence of menstrual cycle. This problem also can be dealt with by ensuring that you eat properly and therefore the body is capable of producing healthy sperm. Vitamin C which can be found in many vegetables as well as dairy milk is another important nutrient that you should have to make your reproduction organ to be healthy.
When X chromosomes are three instead of two then this is also considered as an abnormality that can cause issues in the health of a person. Girls are the ones who are affected by this abnormality and as a result they will have problems in their speech as well as low muscle tone and therefore will generally look weak. Males on the other hand can be affected by Klinefelter syndrome which is also another abnormality of the chromosomes. This problem is not related to orgasm control and you can still have this problem even if you do not have any ejaculation issues. All this can be caused by deficiency of nutrients in the body or this can be a genetic problem which might have been passed to the baby through inheritance.