Chapter 15

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Sex determination in mammals is due to the SRY region of the Y chromosome. An

abnormality could allow which of the following to have a male phenotype?

A) Turner syndrome, 45, X

B) Translocation of SRY to an autosome of a 46, XX individual

C) A person with too many X chromosomes

D) A person with one normal and one shortened (deleted) X

E) Down syndrome, 46, XX



Answer:

B) Translocation of SRY to an autosome of a 46, XX individual



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