What causes a trisomy or monosmy condition is having three chromosesomes, trisomy, or one isolated chromosome, monosomy
A trisomy. A monosomy is when there is only one of a chromosome. A trisomy is when there are three of a chromosome. In Klinefelter's syndrome, there are three sex chromosomes.
Monosomy: chromosome only has one of the two chromosomes of the pair. Example= X0 Trisomy: chromosome pair has an extra chromosome. Example= XXY
The condition that is caused is a trisomy or a monosomy
Monosomy is when one set of chromosomes has only one chromosome. Trisomy is when one set of chromosomes has three chromosomes.
Nondisjunction, which is the failure of chromosome pairs to separate properly during meiosis.
No, that is false. Down Syndrome is also known as Trisomy-21. Monosomy is a condition where one chromosome is missing from what should be a pair in every cell throughout the body. Trisomy indicates a chromosome has three copies instead of a pair.
Turner syndrome (a single X chromosome) is the only survivable monosomy, whereas there are a number of survivable trisomies (Down syndrome, Klinefelter syndrome, Triple X syndrome).
There are no advantages, it's a terrible disease.
Huntingtons disease is inherited from your parents