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Attached earlobes are considered to be recessive. Free earlobes are a dominant trait. This means that far more people have earlobes that are unattached. More »

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The earlobe, also called the lobule, is the fleshy lower part of the outer ear that hangs down and is designed to collect sound waves from the air and guide them to the tympanic membrane, more commonly called the eardrum... More »

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Examples of human traits that exhibit complete dominance in their genetic inheritance are free versus attached earlobes, straight versus curved thumbs and second toe length, explains University of Northern Iowa. Free ear... More »

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According to the Piercing Pagoda, which provides professional piercing services, it typically takes four to six weeks for earlobes to heal after piercing. If the ear cartilage has been pierced, the healing time is eight ... More »

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According to Statistic Brain, as of 2014, 83 percent of Americans have their earlobes pierced, but only 14 percent of Americans have a piercing somewhere other than the earlobe. Because 72 percent of those with any body ... More »

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When a person is dying, physical symptoms include hands, feet and legs becoming cold; fingers, earlobes lips and nail beds turning a bluish or grey color; reduced blood pressure; and an increased but weaker heart rate. F... More »

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Examples of human traits that exhibit complete dominance in their genetic inheritance are free versus attached earlobes, straight versus curved thumbs and second toe length, explains University of Northern Iowa. Free ear... More »

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