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Given the karyotype shown at right, is this a male or a female? Normal or abnormal? What would the phenotype of this individual be?

Chapter 6, Problem 2QP, Given the karyotype shown at right, is this a male or a female? Normal or abnormal? What would the

Summary Introduction

To determine: The sex of the individual by observing the given karyotypic data.

Introduction: Chromosomes are the main part of the cell where all the information of genes are stored and transferred. There are 23 pairs of chromosomes found in human cells. Every chromosome is associated with a certain type of characteristics related to an organism.

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There are 46 chromosomes which are arranged in a pair of 23. The 22 pairs having XX are autosomal, and the last pair is sex chromosome, for a male it is XY, and for females it is XX...

Summary Introduction

To determine: Whether an individual is normal or abnormal from the given karyotypic data.

Introduction: Chromosomes are the main part of the cell where all the information of genes are stored and transferred. There are 23 pairs of chromosomes found in human cells. Every chromosome is associated with a certain type of characteristics related to an organism.

Summary Introduction

To determine: The phenotype of the individual from the given karyotypic data.

Introduction: Chromosomes are the main part of the cell where all the information of genes are stored and transferred. There are 23 pairs of chromosomes found in human cells. Every chromosome is associated with a certain type of characteristics related to an organism.

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