Quote Originally Posted by robherc View Post
Ummmm...[edit] yes, it's all Deoxyribonucleic Acid, all queen/worker bees have 32 chromosomes, and males have 16....BUT your post is still way off its mark. Simply put, if the codes don't match, it's different DNA...otherwise you'd be saying that all 32-page books are the same book, regardless of the words written in them!
No, I'm saying that the "DNA" is Deoxyribonucleic Acid. In any genotype and subsequent phenotype, the organism's DNA is the same substance.

The arangement of the base pairs is what makes the differences, not the DNA itself. DNA is DNA.

How can you have "different DNA"?

What's heavier, a pound of feathers or a pound of lead?


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