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Triploidy is distinct from trisomy, in which only one chromosome exists in three pairs. A well-known example of trisomy is ...
Triploidy affects approximately 1-2% of pregnancies, but most miscarry early in development. At birth, males with triploidy are ... As there is no treatment for Triploidy, palliative care is given if a baby survives to birth. If Triploidy is diagnosed during ... Placentomegaly is not pathognomonic for triploidy because in some cases, the placenta senesces. Triploidy must be distinguished ... Triploidy can result from either two sperm fertilizing one egg (60%) or from one sperm fertilizing an egg with two copies of ...
Joly, Simon; Anne Bruneau (2004). "Evolution of Triploidy in Apios americana (Leguminosae) Revealed by Genealogical Analysis of ...
Because of this, triploidy is a common way of making seedless fruit such as bananas and watermelons. If the fertilization of ...
DNA studies of the obtained Carassius auratus langsdorfii revealed that all fish were triploidy females or tetraploidy females ...
Triploidy may be the result of either digyny (the extra haploid set is from the mother) or diandry (the extra haploid set is ... Polyploidy occurs in humans in the form of triploidy, with 69 chromosomes (sometimes called 69,XXX), and tetraploidy with 92 ... chromosomes (sometimes called 92,XXXX). Triploidy, usually due to polyspermy, occurs in about 2-3% of all human pregnancies and ...
In certain species, colchicine-induced triploidy has been used to create "seedless" fruit, such as seedless watermelons ( ...
The possibility of fertile triploids is one of the major short-falls of triploidy being used as a means of bio-containment for ... However, it is estimated that 1.1% of eggs remain diploid, and therefore capable of breeding, despite the triploidy process. ... give triploidy frequencies of only 99.8%, 97.6%, and 97.0%, respectively. AquaBounty also emphasizes that their GM salmon would ... retention in GH-transgenic coho salmon being assessed for reproductive containment by pressure-shock-induced triploidy". ...
Banana cultivar groups Grand Nain (Chiquita banana) Banana breeding impeded by triploidy Cooking plantain Robert J. Lancashire ...
Triploidy (having three sets of chromosomes), tetraploidy (four sets of chromosomes) and pentaploidy (five sets of chromosomes ...
... triploidy (6-8%), tetraploidy (2-4%), or other structural chromosomal abnormalities (2%). Genetic problems are more likely to ...
Typically, this results when one twin has either triploidy or complete paternal uniparental disomy, resulting in little or no ...
... it cannot be confirmed if triploidy was present in this animal at this point in time. This fossil is also significantly younger ...
... favorable neuroblastoma with near triploidy and a predominance of numerical gains and losses, mostly representing non- ...
... teratoma Spinal dysraphism Syndactyly Tetralogy of Fallot Thanatophoric dwarfism Transposition of the great vessels Triploidy ...
... polysyndactyly syndrome Triphalangeal thumbs brachyectrodactyly Triple A syndrome Triplo X Syndrome Triploid Syndrome Triploidy ...
Triploidy Structural abnormality of the chromosome Double or triple trisomy uterine structural abnormalities uterine fibroids ...
Other common chromosomal defects that cause a thicker nuchal translucency are Turner syndrome Trisomy 18 Trisomy 13 Triploidy ...
Triploidy and polyploidy (Q92.8) Other specified trisomies and partial trisomies of autosomes (Q92.9) Trisomy and partial ...
... triploidy, trisomy 16 mosaicism, fetal death, Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome, and steroid sulfatase deficiency. The triple test ...