48, XXYY syndrome is a sex chromosome anomaly in which males have an extra
X and Y ... dysfunction has not been shown to differ from 47, XXY, and the most
current research does not suggest that ther...
48,XXYY syndrome is a chromosomal condition that causes medical and
behavioral problems in males. ... Adolescent and adult males with this condition
typically have small testes ... Peripheral vascular disease can cause skin ulcers
to form. ... called sex chromosomes because they help determine whether a
person will ...
Feb 26, 2010 ... Many people have trouble believing that chromosome number can change and ...
So he has almost all the same genes as any other person. ... relatives the
chimpanzees, having 48 chromosomes a million or so years ago.
Aug 20, 2015 ... The only condition I can find with a quick internet search is a rare variety of
Klinefelter ... According to Wikipedia, "48,XXYY and 48,XXXY occur in 1 in 18,000
–50,000 male births". The most common type of Klinefelter's is ...
Jul 12, 2013 ... But before we get into artificial human chromosomes (AHCs), let's quickly review
... Sometimes, an added chromosome can be problematic. .... But if a person has
an IQ of 160, which is way out in terms of normal function, we'd ...
Jul 19, 2012 ... Humans have 46 chromosomes. Our closest primate relatives have 48. ...
However, a fusion by itself can't explain the drop from 48 to 46. A fusion leaves a
person with 47 chromosomes, not 46, and the odds of two identical ...
Dec 22, 2008 ... Type this into google: "humans apes 46 48 chromosomes". ... you know that
humans have 46 chromosomes, while gorillas, chimps and orangutans have 48.
Further ... (Creationist) Does anyone remember when humans had 48
chromosomes ? ... Part of me still thinks that someone's playing a prank on me.
The first kind of human has a chromosome composition of 42+2. .... 23 pairs. our
closest cousin, the chimpanzee however, still has all 48. ... I dont read Jung, so
can someone explain to me the rationale behind the 46 + 2?
Apes have 48 Chromosomes, humans 46. ... Thus, even in the case of a fusion,
only one centromere will remain active. 2. ... The offspring of a person with the
fusion (one chromosome is fused, the other isn't) and one without ...
[EDITOR'S NOTE: The following article was written by A.P. staff scientist Will
Brooks, ... Humans (Homo sapiens) have 46 chromosomes which make up their
nuclear ... apes have 24 pairs including the distinct chromosomes 2A and 2B (48
total). .... our site without consent from the person or organization that maintains