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Unformatted text preview: 14. What are 5 examples of x-linked disorders? 15. Be able to identify a autosomal ressesive, autosomal dominant, and x-linked disorder from a pedigree chart? 16. What is Pharmacogenomics and how can it be used in medicine? 17. What are the 4 changes in chromosome structure that can affect genes and phenotype? 18. What changes in chromosome structures are visibly seen by karyotyping and which are not? 19. What is one example of a chromosome deletion and a chromosome translocation? 1 BMS110 Section A/D/Z Fall 2011 20. What is aneuploidy and polyploidy and how do they differ? 21. What is nondisjunction and what does it result in and when does it occur in the cell cycle? 22. What is monosomy and trisomy? 23. What is an example of trisomy? 24. What are the 4 disorders that occur due to nondisjuction of the sex chromosomes? 25. What syndromes correspond to XO, XXX/XXXX, XXY, and XYY; what are the phenotypes of each of these individuals? 2...
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course BMS 110 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '11 term at Missouri State University-Springfield.
- Fall '11