q6 - Euploidy is a variation in the number or complete sets...

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APPROVED SOLUTION CH388 AY08-01 Cadet __________________ Quiz #6 Lesson 15 Section Hour ____________ You have ten minutes to complete this quiz in pencil only. No references are authorized. 1. Match the following genetic disorders with their appropriate genotype. b___ Jacobs a. XXY a___ Klinefelter b. XYY c___ Turner c. XO 2. Match the following genetic disorders with their appropriate genetic defect or deficiency. b___ Bar-eye in Drosophila a. chromosomal deletion a___ Prader-Willi b. chromosomal duplication a___ Cri-du-chat c. chromosomal translocation b___ Charcot-Marie Tooth d. chromosomal inversion c___ Familial Down Syndrome 3. Briefly explain the difference between euploidy and aneuploidy.
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Unformatted text preview: Euploidy is a variation in the number or complete sets of chromosomes. Aneuploidy is variation in the number of a particular chromosomes within a set. 4. Which changes in chromosome structure cause a change in the total amount of genetic material? Duplications and deletions 5. List the two main mechanisms by which the bacterial DNA become compacted. DNA looping and the DNA double helix being twisted 6. What is the function of a centromere? Centromeres, found in eukaryotes, function to provide an attachment site for kinetochore proteins so that the chromosomes are sorted (segregated) during mitosis and meiosis....
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