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Add Question Here Question 25 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The female ovum carries Answer only X chromosomes. only Y chromosomes. an X chromosomes in half of the ova and a Y chromosomes in the other half. both an X and a Y chromosome in each ovum. Add Question Here Question 26 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove
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Question A child that is born with an XY pair of chromosomes is genetically considered to Answer have Turner’s syndrome. have Klinefelter’s syndrome. be male. be female. Add Question Here Question 27 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A child that is born with an XX pair of chromosomes is genetically considered to Answer have Turner’s syndrome. have Klinefelter’s syndrome. be male. be female. Add Question Here Question 28 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A child that is born with an XXY combination of chromosomes is genetically considered to Answer have Turner’s syndrome. have Klinefelter’s syndrome. be androgynous. be bisexual. Add Question Here Question 29 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Roger was born with an XXY chromosome combination. As a result, when he matures, he may appear feminine, have undersized sexual organs, and be infertile. Roger Answer has Turner’s syndrome. has Klinefelter’s syndrome. would be considered transsexual. would be considered bisexual. Add Question Here Question 30 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A child that is born with only one X chromosome and no additional X or Y chromosomes is genetically considered to Answer have Turner’s syndrome. have Klinefelter’s syndrome. be androgynous. be transsexual. Add Question Here Question 31 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Karen was born with only one X chromosome and no additional X chromosome or Y chromosome. As an adolescent, she may appear boyish and will most likely be infertile. Karen Answer has Turner’s syndrome. has Klinefelter’s syndrome. would be considered androgynous. would be considered transsexual. Add Question Here Question 32 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A child with Klinefelter’s syndrome Answer is considered to be genetically male. has an XXY combination of chromosomes. will appear feminine, have undersized sexual organs, and be infertile. is characterized by all of these. Add Question Here Question 33 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A child with Klinefelter’s syndrome Answer is considered to be genetically female. has only one X chromosome and no additional X or Y chromosome. will appear feminine, have undersized sexual organs, and be infertile. is characterized by all of these. Add Question Here Question 34 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A child with Turner’s syndrome Answer is considered to be genetically female.
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