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Few Genes - Kid's T-Shirt

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T-Shirts

Men's Sizes

Width (cm)
Length (cm)
S 47 71
M 52 75
L 56.5 78.5
XL 61 82
2XL 64 83.5
3XL 68 85
4XL 75 87
5XL 80 89


Women's Sizes

Size
Width (CM)
Length (CM)
XS 45.5 63.5
S 48 64.5
M 50.5 65.5
L 53 66.5
XL 55.5 67.5
2XL 58 68.5


Kid's Sizes

Size
Width (CM)
Length (CM)
2 31 42
4 34 46
6 37 50
8 39.50 54
10 42 58
12 44.5 62
14 47 66

 

How to Measure:

  • Lay an existing t-shirt flat.
  • Body Width: Measure 3cm below armpit, from one side to the other.
  • Body Length: Measure from the top of the shoulder to the bottom of the t-shirt.
  • Snug fit? Stick to your size. Want to chill? Size up. Ladies, you can even rock a men's tee. No worries, no judgment!

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Hoodies

Unisex Sizes

Size
Body Width (cm)
Body Length (cm)
XS 49 69.5
Small 52 72
Medium 55 74.5
Large 58 77
XL 61 79.5
2XL 64 82
3XL 67 84.5
4XL 70 73
5XL 85.5 86.5

    This Kid's T-Shirt asks "Why do humans have so few genes?"

    This scientific and exploratory question seeks to understand the relationship between the complexity of human beings and the relatively small number of genes that make up our genetic code. It is an inquiry into the evolutionary processes that have shaped the human genome and resulted in the unique biological characteristics that define humanity. This type of question is often asked in genetics, biology, and evolutionary science, as well as in related fields such as medicine and biotechnology. It aims to foster a deeper understanding of the complex interplay between genetics, environment, and evolution, and to identify new avenues for scientific inquiry and discovery.

    In the late 1990s when biologists were unraveling the sequence of the human genome, the conventional wisdom was that we need about 100,000 genes to carry out the many cellular processes that keep us functioning. But it turns out that we have only about 25,000 genes. that is about the same number as a tiny flowering plant called Arabidopsis and barely more than the worm Caenorhabditis elegans. It then begs the question, how do so few genes produce such complexity? 

    Curiask invites you to flick on your curiosity switch and go on a treasure hunt of answers, discoveries, conversations, and connections. Poignant change is here. And it starts with you!

    Why do humans have so few genes?

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    Returns - If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, just return it to us within 30 days for a store credit, refund or exchange. Returned products must be in brand-new condition. For details on our return process, please refer to our full Returns Policy

    Tees
    100% combed cotton
    Regular Fit
    Mid-weight, 180 GSM
    Neck ribbing
    Side-seamed
    Shoulder to shoulder tape
    Double-needle hems
    Preshrunk to minimize shrinkage
    All material sourced from sustainable sources
    Ethical Production guarantee

    Hoodies
    Unisex pocket hoodie
    Regular Fit
    Pullover hood
    Inset sleeves
    Kangaroo pocket
    Heavy weight, 350 GSM
    80% cotton 20% polyester anti-pill fleece
    Lined hood
    Tonal shoestring drawcord
    Sleeve cuff ribbing
    Preshrunk to minimise shrinkage

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