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  1. Chromosomes are structures found in the center (nucleus) of cells that carry long pieces of DNA. DNA ... is the building block of the human body. Chromosomes also contain proteins that help DNA exist in ...
  2. Karyotyping is a test to examine chromosomes in a sample of cells. This test can help identify genetic problems as the cause of a disorder or disease.
  3. ... symptoms that result from missing a piece of chromosome number 5. The syndrome's name is based on ... It is caused by a missing piece of chromosome 5. Most cases are believed to occur during ...
  4. 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.
  5. ... in males when they have an extra X chromosome. ... Most people have 46 chromosomes. Chromosomes contain all of your genes and DNA, the building blocks of the body. The 2 sex chromosomes (X and ...
  6. ... does not have the usual pair of X chromosomes. ... The typical number of human chromosomes is 46. Chromosomes contain all of your genes and DNA, the building blocks of the body. Two of these chromosomes, the ...
  7. ... techniques. 46, XX INTERSEX The person has the chromosomes of a woman, the ovaries of a woman, ... characteristics. 46, XY INTERSEX The person has the chromosomes of a man, but the external genitals are ...
  8. ... person has a third copy of material from chromosome 18, instead of the usual 2 copies. Most ... syndrome occurs when there is extra material from chromosome 18. The extra material affects normal development. Trisomy ...
  9. Human beings have cells with 46 chromosomes . These consist of 2 chromosomes that determine what sex they are (X and Y chromosomes), and 22 pairs of nonsex (autosomal) chromosomes. ...
  10. ... families through one of the X or Y chromosomes. X and Y are sex chromosomes. Dominant inheritance occurs when an abnormal gene from ...
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