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A healthy couple with a history of three previous spontaneous abortions has just had a child with cri-du-chat syndrome, a disorder caused by a terminal deletion of chromosome 5. Their physician orders karyotype analysis of both parents and of the child. The karyotype results for chromosomes 5 and 12 are shown here.

Q: Do the karyotypes of the parents help explain the occurrence of the three previous spontaneous abortions?
   
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7 years ago
HI this should help
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7 years ago
Thank you
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7 years ago
The Answer is yes due to the varying lengths of the father's genes
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7 years ago
Thanks for the update
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Thank You!
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