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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I just need clarity on part c.

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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