Stephanie Karyotype and Nondisjunction

Stephanie Karyotype and Nondisjunction
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  • What is karyotypes and nondisjunction
  • Karyotypes are the number and visual appearance of the chromosomes in the cell nuclei of an organism or species. Nondisjunction is the failure of homologous chromosomes or sister chromatids to separate usually resulting in an abnormal distribution of chromosomes.
  • Every healthy person should have 46 chromosomes, nondisjunction makes it so that there can possibly be a disorder in the person
  • A  normal human will have 23 chromosome pairs, but because of nondisjunction there can be many disorders shown on the human  
  • some disorders that comes with nondisjunction can be down syndrome, where a chromosome does not properly divide and has only 21 chromosomes 
  • Thank you I understand what a karyotype and nondisjunction is, and what the effects can be!
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