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Problem: Select the definition of polyploidy a. the addition or loss of less than a full set of chromosomes or chromosome pairs b. the number of chromosome sets that make up a complete genomec. a chromosomal complement with at least three complete sets of homologous chromosomes d. a complete chromosome set or an exact multiple of the haploid chromosomes

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Aberrant Euploidy: refers to changes in whole sets of chromosomes

Euploids: organisms with multiples of the basic chromosome set

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Select the definition of polyploidy 

a. the addition or loss of less than a full set of chromosomes or chromosome pairs 

b. the number of chromosome sets that make up a complete genome

c. a chromosomal complement with at least three complete sets of homologous chromosomes 

d. a complete chromosome set or an exact multiple of the haploid chromosomes

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