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#177 - How does that link prove me wrong? What if you're #1 …  [+] (5 replies) 12/28/2012 on Cat twins -1
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#178 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
"In cats, one of several genes controlling fur color is located on the X chromosome."
That was the point I was trying to get across.

Lol.
>Implying grades determine intelligence.
I was only in a small amount of AP shit, and I was still more intelligent than pretty much all the dumbasses in there.
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#182 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
Ahahahahaha! And that has anything to do with this how?
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#179 - imapatheticbanana (12/28/2012) [-]
How is that any different from what I said? lol

I didn't imply grades determine intelligence?
I just said Blooms Taxonomy, which shows how grades DON'T determine intelligence..
And anyway, one thing I like about AP Classes more than regular (which aren't even classes) is that the questions are all analytical and use application- not just memorization.
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#181 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
You said the X chromosomes are responsible for fur color in general. When it's really "one of several".

Then why'd you bring up your position in class? To try to impress me?
Hahahaha, I put no real effort into AP and I still got high grades.
#175 - Sorry I was thinking how boys always take after their mothers …  [+] (7 replies) 12/28/2012 on Cat twins -1
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#176 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
http://www.bio.miami.edu/dana/dox/calico.html

Ahahahaha, ohohoho! High school biology, hahahaha. Just because you're in AP doesn't make you an expert or a genius.
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#177 - imapatheticbanana (12/28/2012) [-]
How does that link prove me wrong?

What if you're #1 in the class? ;)
And I realize that.
Blooms Taxonomy right?
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#178 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
"In cats, one of several genes controlling fur color is located on the X chromosome."
That was the point I was trying to get across.

Lol.
>Implying grades determine intelligence.
I was only in a small amount of AP shit, and I was still more intelligent than pretty much all the dumbasses in there.
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#182 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
Ahahahahaha! And that has anything to do with this how?
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#179 - imapatheticbanana (12/28/2012) [-]
How is that any different from what I said? lol

I didn't imply grades determine intelligence?
I just said Blooms Taxonomy, which shows how grades DON'T determine intelligence..
And anyway, one thing I like about AP Classes more than regular (which aren't even classes) is that the questions are all analytical and use application- not just memorization.
User avatar
#181 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
You said the X chromosomes are responsible for fur color in general. When it's really "one of several".

Then why'd you bring up your position in class? To try to impress me?
Hahahaha, I put no real effort into AP and I still got high grades.
#173 - Okay I'll try to break it down for you. So in cats, the ge…  [+] (9 replies) 12/27/2012 on Cat twins -1
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#174 - Conquistador (12/27/2012) [-]
You contradicted yourself earlier. "it would take after the father in the genes that are specifically related to the X Chromsome."

Having fun in that 9th grade biology class?
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#175 - imapatheticbanana (12/28/2012) [-]
Sorry I was thinking how boys always take after their mothers in genes on the X Chromosomes. Disregard that..

And I'm in AP Biology mind you -.- I'm the only sophomore in it.
We don't go into this depth in regular biology.
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#176 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
http://www.bio.miami.edu/dana/dox/calico.html

Ahahahaha, ohohoho! High school biology, hahahaha. Just because you're in AP doesn't make you an expert or a genius.
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#177 - imapatheticbanana (12/28/2012) [-]
How does that link prove me wrong?

What if you're #1 in the class? ;)
And I realize that.
Blooms Taxonomy right?
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#178 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
"In cats, one of several genes controlling fur color is located on the X chromosome."
That was the point I was trying to get across.

Lol.
>Implying grades determine intelligence.
I was only in a small amount of AP shit, and I was still more intelligent than pretty much all the dumbasses in there.
User avatar
#182 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
Ahahahahaha! And that has anything to do with this how?
User avatar
#179 - imapatheticbanana (12/28/2012) [-]
How is that any different from what I said? lol

I didn't imply grades determine intelligence?
I just said Blooms Taxonomy, which shows how grades DON'T determine intelligence..
And anyway, one thing I like about AP Classes more than regular (which aren't even classes) is that the questions are all analytical and use application- not just memorization.
User avatar
#181 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
You said the X chromosomes are responsible for fur color in general. When it's really "one of several".

Then why'd you bring up your position in class? To try to impress me?
Hahahaha, I put no real effort into AP and I still got high grades.
#164 - "it would take after the father in the genes that are spe…  [+] (11 replies) 12/27/2012 on Cat twins -1
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#168 - Conquistador (12/27/2012) [-]
First of all, that guy threw me off because he said the x chromosome is responsible for fur color. But I pretty much figured out what he was trying to say. The x chromosome is responsible for certain alleles that determine certain colors such as black or orange.
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#173 - imapatheticbanana (12/27/2012) [-]
Okay I'll try to break it down for you.
So in cats, the gene for fur color are X-Related, meaning they are on the X Chromosome. This being, because males only get one X (from their mom), they will have the same fur color as their mother. The gene is not on the Y Chromosome.
However, females are different. They have two X's, and in each cell, one of them condenses into a Barr Body and is therefore not expressed. It is random in which X condenses in cells, which results in different X Chromosomes being expressed in each cell. This results in the different fur colors in a cat. This is also why all Calico cats are female. Understand now?
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#174 - Conquistador (12/27/2012) [-]
You contradicted yourself earlier. "it would take after the father in the genes that are specifically related to the X Chromsome."

Having fun in that 9th grade biology class?
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#175 - imapatheticbanana (12/28/2012) [-]
Sorry I was thinking how boys always take after their mothers in genes on the X Chromosomes. Disregard that..

And I'm in AP Biology mind you -.- I'm the only sophomore in it.
We don't go into this depth in regular biology.
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#176 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
http://www.bio.miami.edu/dana/dox/calico.html

Ahahahaha, ohohoho! High school biology, hahahaha. Just because you're in AP doesn't make you an expert or a genius.
User avatar
#177 - imapatheticbanana (12/28/2012) [-]
How does that link prove me wrong?

What if you're #1 in the class? ;)
And I realize that.
Blooms Taxonomy right?
User avatar
#178 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
"In cats, one of several genes controlling fur color is located on the X chromosome."
That was the point I was trying to get across.

Lol.
>Implying grades determine intelligence.
I was only in a small amount of AP shit, and I was still more intelligent than pretty much all the dumbasses in there.
User avatar
#182 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
Ahahahahaha! And that has anything to do with this how?
User avatar
#179 - imapatheticbanana (12/28/2012) [-]
How is that any different from what I said? lol

I didn't imply grades determine intelligence?
I just said Blooms Taxonomy, which shows how grades DON'T determine intelligence..
And anyway, one thing I like about AP Classes more than regular (which aren't even classes) is that the questions are all analytical and use application- not just memorization.
User avatar
#181 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
You said the X chromosomes are responsible for fur color in general. When it's really "one of several".

Then why'd you bring up your position in class? To try to impress me?
Hahahaha, I put no real effort into AP and I still got high grades.
#162 - No I'm not. The fur color is a gene specifically on the X Chromosome.  [+] (1 reply) 12/27/2012 on Cat twins 0
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#169 - Conquistador (12/27/2012) [-]
Most of what you say doesn't even make sense.
#156 - You're forgetting that the X chromosome is only 1 of the 23 pa…  [+] (15 replies) 12/27/2012 on Cat twins 0
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#160 - Conquistador (12/27/2012) [-]
You're forgetting we're talking about cats. And based on what he said, the x chromosome is responsible for fur color.
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#164 - imapatheticbanana (12/27/2012) [-]
"it would take after the father in the genes that are specifically related to the X Chromsome" read what I said.
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#168 - Conquistador (12/27/2012) [-]
First of all, that guy threw me off because he said the x chromosome is responsible for fur color. But I pretty much figured out what he was trying to say. The x chromosome is responsible for certain alleles that determine certain colors such as black or orange.
User avatar
#173 - imapatheticbanana (12/27/2012) [-]
Okay I'll try to break it down for you.
So in cats, the gene for fur color are X-Related, meaning they are on the X Chromosome. This being, because males only get one X (from their mom), they will have the same fur color as their mother. The gene is not on the Y Chromosome.
However, females are different. They have two X's, and in each cell, one of them condenses into a Barr Body and is therefore not expressed. It is random in which X condenses in cells, which results in different X Chromosomes being expressed in each cell. This results in the different fur colors in a cat. This is also why all Calico cats are female. Understand now?
User avatar
#174 - Conquistador (12/27/2012) [-]
You contradicted yourself earlier. "it would take after the father in the genes that are specifically related to the X Chromsome."

Having fun in that 9th grade biology class?
User avatar
#175 - imapatheticbanana (12/28/2012) [-]
Sorry I was thinking how boys always take after their mothers in genes on the X Chromosomes. Disregard that..

And I'm in AP Biology mind you -.- I'm the only sophomore in it.
We don't go into this depth in regular biology.
User avatar
#176 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
http://www.bio.miami.edu/dana/dox/calico.html

Ahahahaha, ohohoho! High school biology, hahahaha. Just because you're in AP doesn't make you an expert or a genius.
User avatar
#177 - imapatheticbanana (12/28/2012) [-]
How does that link prove me wrong?

What if you're #1 in the class? ;)
And I realize that.
Blooms Taxonomy right?
User avatar
#178 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
"In cats, one of several genes controlling fur color is located on the X chromosome."
That was the point I was trying to get across.

Lol.
>Implying grades determine intelligence.
I was only in a small amount of AP shit, and I was still more intelligent than pretty much all the dumbasses in there.
User avatar
#182 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
Ahahahahaha! And that has anything to do with this how?
User avatar
#179 - imapatheticbanana (12/28/2012) [-]
How is that any different from what I said? lol

I didn't imply grades determine intelligence?
I just said Blooms Taxonomy, which shows how grades DON'T determine intelligence..
And anyway, one thing I like about AP Classes more than regular (which aren't even classes) is that the questions are all analytical and use application- not just memorization.
User avatar
#181 - Conquistador (12/28/2012) [-]
You said the X chromosomes are responsible for fur color in general. When it's really "one of several".

Then why'd you bring up your position in class? To try to impress me?
Hahahaha, I put no real effort into AP and I still got high grades.
User avatar
#162 - imapatheticbanana (12/27/2012) [-]
No I'm not. The fur color is a gene specifically on the X Chromosome.
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#169 - Conquistador (12/27/2012) [-]
Most of what you say doesn't even make sense.