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in non-disjunction homologous chromosomes travel together...
mutation at the HD locus causes the protein to...
mitochondrial cytopathy can effect...but is inherited only from the...
mitochondria are inherited exclusively from...
Hd is caused by...
HD affects males and females...
achondroplasia is...
fusion of the gametes restores the...state
CF is transmitted by...
Meiosis produces...
mitotic non-disjunction occurs in up to...of eggs
ova are as old as...
haemophilia A, red\green colour blindness, Duchenne muscular dystrophy and X-linked ichthyosis are...
discontinuous traits are either...or...
After the second round of division in meiosis the number of chromosomes is...
Haemophilia A occurs due to a mutation for blood clotting....on the X chromosome
the number of chromosomes after the first round of replication in meiosis is...
the life span of a person is reduced due to CF,.... of people will reach 40
dizygotic twins are not...
non-disjunction occurs in the...round of division
All...of fathers with haemophilia are carriers
multifactorial traits are polygenic but also influenced by the...
polygenic traits are either...or...
myotonic dystrophy is...
With HD each...is affected
The normal huntington's genehas approx... CAG codons
modes of inheritance for monogenic disorders...
genetic anticipation in Huntington's leads to an...in the polglutamine tract
heamophilia is more frequent in...
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Mitochondria contain their own...
Due to non-disjunction all four gametes are...
mitochondrial related diseases are known as..
a variant of a gene is known as...
cardiovascular disease, diabetes mellitus, obesity and mental illness are disorders showing...
At the end of meiosis there are...
position of a gene on a chromosome is called...
When a condition becomes more severe in successive generations, it is known as...
The function of CTFR is to...out of cells
CFTR (Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator) is found on...
CF causes mucus to become thicker, lung infections, blockage of ducts in pancreas and intestines due to...
Cystic fibrosis is an...genotype
haemophilia can not be passed on from.... to ....
Which codon is affected by a CTFR mutation
HD doesn't appear until adult life because the accumulation of HD aggregates is....
mtDNA can encode for...polypeptides plus tRNA and rRNA
when a characteristic is controlled by a gene at more than one locus it is known as...
A trait of CF is that it is rare in pedigree and...because it is hidden in heterozygous carriers
A solution to avoid mitochondrial ctopathy related diseases is...
Other triplet expansion disorders include...
males maintain...throughout their lifetime
HD is transmitted by...
the movement of Cl- out of cells leads to...
MtDNA is...
Which type of twins are genetically identical?
Cystic fibrosis have an...affect on both males and females
an example of an autosomal dominant disease is...
Mutant HD has...CAG repeat codons

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