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Concept: Homologous Chromosomes

Problem: If while examining a human karyotype, it is observed that there are 22 paired chromosomes and two chromosomes that are not the same size, this would most likely be due to:  a. The karyotype belonging to a female b. Nondisjunction c. The karyotype belonging to a male or nondisjunction d. The karyotype belonging to a male e. The karyotype belonging to a female or nondisjunction

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If while examining a human karyotype, it is observed that there are 22 paired chromosomes and two chromosomes that are not the same size, this would most likely be due to: 

a. The karyotype belonging to a female

b. Nondisjunction

c. The karyotype belonging to a male or nondisjunction

d. The karyotype belonging to a male

e. The karyotype belonging to a female or nondisjunction

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