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The maleness of a child is determined by:
A. the X-chromosome in zygote
B. the Y-chromosome in zygote
C. the cytoplasm of germ cell which determines the sex
D. sex is determined by chance
The Y chromosome is contributed by the father or the male partner during reproduction. It is a sex chromosome which pairs up with the X chromosome from mother, to provide maleness or male characters to the child.
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