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Klinefelter's Syndrome & Turner’s Syndrome
Cause of Kleinfelter’s Male has extra Chromosome Known as XXY male Male has total of 47 chromosomes
Cause of Turner’s Turner's syndrome is caused by the complete or partial absence of one of the X chromosomes Only occurs in females
Symptoms of Kleinfelter’s Male may be infertile Learning and motor skills impairment Lack of Hair normal men have
Symptoms of Turner’s Women are shorter than normal Infertile Puffiness Skeletal abnormalities Heart defects Kidney problems
Kleinfelter’s Treatment Genetic Variation is irreversible Testosterone treatment for people who want to be more masculine
Turner’s Treatment Growth Hormone Estrogen treatments No known cures
Groups Getting Disorder 1 out of 650 people have Klinefelters disorder, many don’t show symptoms Group most likely to get Turner’s is women
Artificial Insemination Artificial insemination - a technique that can help treat certain kinds of infertility in women.
For/Against Artificial Insemination For Less risk for child w/ disorder Against Religious Groups think its unethical
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Turner Syndrome. What is Turner Syndrome? n A disorder in women caused by an inherited chromosomal defect n This disorder inhibits sexual development.
Chromosomal Disorders For Human Karyotype Lab. Down Syndrome.
LAMC CD 1 Week 5: Ch. 2 Sec. 3. Individual Differences/ Genetic Influences 4 main categories of genetic influences: A) Sex (X) linked inheritance B) Genetically.
LAMC CD 1 Week 5: Ch. 2 Sec. 3. Individual Differences/ Genetic Influences 4 main categories of genetic influences: A) Sex (X) linked inheritance Hemophilia.
Sex - Linked Genes and Nondisjunction Disorders. Human Chromosomes One Human Chromosome has 46 chromosomes.
Year 10, Pathway C Identify genetic disorders from too many/ too few body and sex chromosomes Explain how genetic disorders occur.
MISTAKES IN MEIOSIS: GENETIC DISORDERS SBI 3C: NOVEMBER 2012.
Numerical chromosome Aberrations Prepared By: Nouf Alyami & Eman Farhan.
1. Chromosomes 2 Chromosome Number All cells in the human body (SOMATIC CELLS) have 46 or 23 pairs of chromosomes Called the DIPLOID or 2n number GAMETES.
Genetic Diseases. Maple Syrup Urine Disease Maple syrup urine disease is an inherited disorder in which the body is unable to process certain protein.
Saira Sarwar Fatima Zaidi. Turner syndrome results when one of a female’s sex chromosomes (an X chromosome) is missing or structurally altered. This.
KARYOTYPE TESTS. KARYOTYPE = Image of all the chromosomes from the nucleus of a cell Can be done to identify genetic disorders.
Karyotypes. 1. What is a karyotype? a. Picture of the 23 pairs of chromosomes.
Karyotypes & Pedigrees. Karyotypes A chart or picture of a person’s chromosomes.
GENETIC DISORDERS. Albinism- autosomal recessive trait atch?v=r4q4V2LbzD0 What is it? Albinism occurs when one of several genetic.
Karyotyping Notes and Activity Pages. ●Chromosomal mutations… – Additional, missing, or damaged chromosomes cause several human genetic disorders. – One.
Karyotyping Notes and Activity Pages PAP Biology.
Human Genetic Disorders Every cell in the human body has 46 chromosomes except for gametes, egg sperm cells, which contain 23 or the haploid number. Human.
Klinefelter Syndrome By: Ryan Wilding and Lukas Johnson.
Chromosomes. Chromosome Abnormalities Numerical abnormalities Structural abnormalities Mixoploidy.
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Lesson Overview Lesson Overview Human Genetic Disorders Lesson Overview 14.2 Human Genetic Disorders.
Mistakes made during meiosis can lead to abnormal numbers of chromosomes. This occurs when a homologous pair of chromosomes fail to separate. These.
Turner Syndrome Turner Syndrome is caused by a missing or incomplete x chromosomes. It’s not inherited form an affected parent, not passed down from parent.
Turner Syndrome By: Liz Fleischer Period 3. How is it inherited? Only affects females Caused by the complete or partial absence of one of the two X chromosomes.
Chromosomal Karyotypes. Chromosomes Definition Genetic structures of cells containing DNA Identification Each chromosome has a characteristic length and.
TURNER SYNDROME 1)Daikidou Dimitra – Vasileia 2)Halkiadaki Evangelia.
Karyotype A chart of chromosome pairs arranged by length and location of the centromere.
Human chromosomes There are 46 chromosomes (23 homologous pairs) in each somatic cell 22 pairs of autosomes 1 pair of sex chromosomes XX = Female, XY =
Karyotypes By Dr. Cao. Karyotypes These are pictures of chromosomes that tell us the number, size, and shape of chromosomes in an organism They help us.
Genetics II Abnormal Meiosis Nondisjunction Disorders Cytoplasmic Inheritance.
Human Disease through Heredity. Huntington Disease Neurodegenerative Genetic Disorder that affects muscle coordination and some cognitive functions The.
What do you know about it?. Klinefelter Syndrome..that this particular birth defect is defined by the presence of an extra X chromosome in a male, and.
By- Christine & Harpreet!. Turner Syndrome (TS) is a chromosomal condition. Normally, each cell has twenty-three pairs of chromosomes, making a total.
By Jayla Harris. Turner syndrome is a disorder caused by the loss of genetic material from one of the sex chromosomes. Turner syndrome (TS) is a.
© 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Sexual Reproduction Meiosis Meiosis converts the diploid number (2n) of chromosomes to the haploid number (n) Produces genetic.
Human Genetics: Karyotypes 46 TOTAL 23 homologous pairs.
1. CHROMOSOMES 2 CHROMOSOME NUMBER All cells in the human body (SOMATIC CELLS) have 46 or 23 pairs of chromosomes Called the DIPLOID or 2n number.
Human Genetic Disorders Their symptoms…. Crouzon Syndrome genetic disorder, skull bones fuse, 1- 25,000 are affected *
Autosomal and Sex chromosome abnormalities. Sex chromosome anomalies Sex Chromosome Abnormalities Pattern / NameCharacteristicsIncidenceTreatment XYYMale;
Human Genetics. Multiple Alleles There are more than two possible genes that can be inherited for a trait. Examples – Flower color – Blood type.
Genetics & Related Disorders Terms and Symptoms. 2 Terms You Must Know… Diploid – number of chromosomes in most body cells. Humans have 46. Haploid –
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Do Now ●Hand in your labs in the bin. ●What are karyotypes used for? ●What are three purposes that they serve?
What is a Karyotype? Karyotype: picture of an individuals chromosomes arranged in homologous pairs. Chromosomes are usually extracted during METAPHASE.
DNA Technologies DNA fingerprinting, chromosome painting, and identifying abnormalities. Warm-up Questions: What is the name of the image below? What is.
KARYOTYPING Honors Biology. What and How? Used as a way to “see” the chromosomes Pairs up homologous chromosomes Allows for detection of several genetic.
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