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* gennetics 3
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  kashmala - 11/06/06 23:09
 
  A 25-year-old male. a professional hockey player
who has never won the Lady Byng trophy, is 195 cm tall.
There are no abnormal findings on a physical examination,
other than some prominent facial ache scars and some
missing teeth. He is married and has two children who
show normal development for age.
A 46,XX
B 47,XX,+ 18
C 45.X/46,XX
D 47.XYY
E 47,XY, + 13
 
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* Re:gennetics 3
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  shawn3387 - 11/06/06 23:11
 
  D??  
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* Re:gennetics 3
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  neoplasia - 11/06/06 23:31
 
  What is facial ache scar plz  
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* Re:gennetics 3
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  student2000 - 11/07/06 01:45
 
  D..  
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* Re:gennetics 3
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  kashmala - 11/07/06 02:39
 
  sory its facial acne  
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* Re:gennetics 3
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  grace98 - 11/07/06 13:09
 
  Dr.kashmala

if u have the time ,please give us the answer with your wonderful explainantion. Thanks.
 
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* Re:gennetics 3
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  sage2006 - 11/07/06 16:15
 
  this guy has violence tendency--so missing teeth.  
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* Re:gennetics 3
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  joyeuse - 11/07/06 18:09
 
  i think it is D  
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  kashmala - 11/07/06 18:16
 
  yes its D
Dr grace98
sorry i cant provide explanation for this Q as i am working on library computer at present n it wudn allow me to copy n paste stuff from the Dj files...
i apologise for the inconvenience.but as soon as i get a chance ...i will certainly paste the expalnation for all the Qs i posted so far
 
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  kashmala - 11/08/06 03:16
 
  (D) The extra Y chromosome is seen in about 1 of
1000 liveborn males. There is a tendency for such persons
to be tall and prone to severe ache. The missing teeth are
specific to hockey, not to an extra Y chromosome. There is
a controversy about whether such individuals exhibit more
aggressive behavior. However, the behavior of virtually all
46,XYY males is indistinguishable from that of other
males.
 
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