Interesting question, I can see why one might wonder this, since a cleft chin may be though of as 'masculine'. I'm a mixed martial artist, and thinking about the anatomy of the cleft chin would tell me the answer is 'no'. The cleft is due to an incomplete formation of fusing the jawbone together, therefore, fighting someone with a cleft chin may even be something to exploit with a nice right hook.
The dimpled chin of Kirk Douglas is world-renowned. Your dimpled chin has more of a cleft than a simple dimple.
There is no precise medical term. It may be called a cleft chin, chin cleft or dimpled chin. It is usually called a ''butt chin'', or a left clift
None. A dimpled chin is the result of a dip or cleft in the bone of the jaw. It's a genetically inherited trait that can't be developed by exercise.
cleft chin is recessive, no cleft chin dominant.
That would be a "cleft". The terms cleft chin, butt chin, chin cleft,, superhero chin, dimple chin, or a chin dimple refer to a dimple on the chin
The probability that an individual heterozygous for a cleft chin and an individual homozygous for a chin without a cleft will produce offspring that are homozygous recessive for a chin without a cleft is fifty percent. You can calculate this by making a Punnet square.
My son has a cleft chin and being the mother I know for sure who the dad is and neither he nor I have a cleft chin, but my father did.
Drillling screws and nails into the chin, then rub in crazy glue. PRESTO! Cleft Chin
A cleft chin, or a chin with a dimple in it, almost resembling that of a butt is pretty common amongst people. All a cleft chin really is- is a Y-shaped fissure on the jaw bone.
I like single chin better than cleft chin. But different people have different choices.
I am not positive, but I believe that having a cleft chin is a recessive trait, and having a regular chin is dominant.
cleft in chin no cleft cleft c.
Yes, in his book Moonwalk he admitted that he had a cleft put into his chin.
This may sound a little farfetched, but other than surgery this is probably the only way that you may be able to get rid of a cleft dimpled chin, so please bear with me and don't label this "impossible" or "a load of a garbage" right off the bat. Mien Shang is the ancient Taoist art of face reading. Now, I am not a Taoist and I am a serious skeptic, but you can actually take classes for this in some colleges now, so it may have some validity. What Mein Shang proposes is that are facial features portray our personalities. What the cleft chin stands for is hypersexuality. So, assuming that you have already hit puberty, then what you might want to try is cutting down on how frequently you have sex/masturbate (however, don't totally stop masturbating seeing as masturbating can supposively prevent some forms of cancer.) for a while, and if it doesn't appear that your cleft dimpled chin is beginning to vanish than just go back to how you'd normally live and don't worry about it because Mien Shang is probably a bunch of pseudoscience. Having a cleft dimpled chin is nothing to be ashamed of. Yes, some people find it less attractive than a regular chin, but some find it more attractive. Not many people have cleft chins and therefore it makes you unique. Cleft chins are genetically inherited and there's probably nothing you can do about it, but I suppose the above stated method can't hurt to try.
Cleft chin is caused by a recessive gene. You need to have 2 copies of the gene (one from your mom and another from your dad) in order to develop cleft chin. Phenotypic expression of cleft chin is affected by variable penetrance and modifier genes. To learn more about the genetic of cleft chin and the factors that affect its expression. Read on the related link below.
Ex. Genotype = Phenotype AA Pure, no cleft chin Aa Hybrid, no cleft chin AA Pure, cleft chin XX Female XY Male
A dimpled chin a dimple chin
To my knowledge,..Cary had ONLY a CLEFT Chin,...not a cleft lip!
He has a cleft in his chin, it's very cute.
Cleft chin is a dominant trait, but it also has a modifier gene. You know like those lamps that can be turned on but if there is a light switch it has to be in the on position for you to actually physically turn it on.
Yes, genetically it is possible. Especially so if one or more of the grandparents have a chin cleft.
Out of the 4 possible offspring outcomes, 2 of the offspring will have cleft chins. Two won't have cleft chins. The ratio is 1:1.
I actually don't know this 100% but I watched an episode of house where the son had known he had been adopted because he had a cleft chin and neither of his parents did. I find it hard to believe because there may be cleft chins in some other part of their genetics