atm>abnormalityh)What notation would you use to characterize this patient's karyotype?2a) How many TOTAL chromosomes in this karyotype?b) How many autosome pairs are in this karyotype? 22c) How many total sex chromosomes are in this karyotype?5d) What are the types of sex chromosomes in this person'skaryotype?tMalee) What is the sex of this patient?K t10IM12f) Is there a chromosome number abnormality: yes or no?13141618g) Circle one: The chromosome number abnormality is inthe autosomal/sex chromosomes/no abnormality founcas1921h) What notation would you use to characterizethis patient's karyotype? XXY3

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atm>
abnormality
h)What notation would you use to characterize this patient's karyotype?
2
a) How many TOTAL chromosomes in this karyotype?
b) How many autosome pairs are in this karyotype? 22
c) How many total sex chromosomes are in this karyotype?
5
d) What are the types of sex chromosomes in this person's
karyotype?
t
Male
e) What is the sex of this patient?
K t
10
IM
12
f) Is there a chromosome number abnormality: yes or no?
13
14
16
18
g) Circle one: The chromosome number abnormality is in
the autosomal/sex chromosomes/no abnormality founc
as
19
21
h) What notation would you use to characterize
this patient's karyotype? XXY
3
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atm> abnormality h)What notation would you use to characterize this patient's karyotype? 2 a) How many TOTAL chromosomes in this karyotype? b) How many autosome pairs are in this karyotype? 22 c) How many total sex chromosomes are in this karyotype? 5 d) What are the types of sex chromosomes in this person's karyotype? t Male e) What is the sex of this patient? K t 10 IM 12 f) Is there a chromosome number abnormality: yes or no? 13 14 16 18 g) Circle one: The chromosome number abnormality is in the autosomal/sex chromosomes/no abnormality founc as 19 21 h) What notation would you use to characterize this patient's karyotype? XXY 3

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