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  1. Humans typically have 23 pairs chromosomes, or 46 chromosomes in total. Chromosomes are made up of long strands of DNA, which contain all the body's genes.
  2. ... inherited through a genetic defect on an X chromosome. A female has 2 X chromosomes, one she inherited from her mother and one ... from her father. A male has an X chromosome from his mother and a Y chromosome from ...
  3. ... inherited through a genetic defect on an X chromosome. A female has 2 X chromosomes, one she inherited from her mother and one ... from her father. A male has an X chromosome from his mother and a Y chromosome from ...
  4. ... inherited through a genetic defect on an X chromosome. A female has 2 X chromosomes, one she inherited from her mother and one ... from her father. A male has an X chromosome from his mother and a Y chromosome from ...
  5. ... parents to offspring. Genes are contained within the chromosomes found within the egg and sperm. Each parent contributes one half of each pair or 23 chromosomes to their child, 22 autosomal and 1 sex ...
  6. ... parents to offspring. Genes are contained within the chromosomes found in the egg and sperm. Each parent contributes one half of each pair or 23 chromosomes to their child, 22 autosomal and 1 sex ...
  7. ... single abnormal gene on one of the autosomal chromosomes (one of the first 22 "non-sex" chromosomes) from either parent can cause the disease. One ...
  8. ... are obtained by withdrawing some amniotic fluid. The chromosome analysis of these cells can be performed to ...
  9. ... basal cell nevus syndrome, or trisomy 8, a chromosome defect.
  10. ... a mass seen in a normal female sex chromosome). When used for that purpose, the buccal smear ...
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