Male Karyotype & Metaphase Chromosomes

Male Karyotype & Metaphase Chromosomes

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Credit: Don W. Fawcett/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Photomicrograph of a spread of male human metaphase chromosomes (at top). Human karyotype (at bottom) in which the chromosomes are arranged in groups according to their size and location of the primary constriction. Each of the 22 pairs of chromosomes is identified by a number and the sex chromosome is identified by X and Y. Women have two X chromosomes, while men have an X and a Y.

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Keywords: bow, centromere, chromatid, chromatids, deoxyribonucleic acid, dna, gene, gene code, genetics, human chromosomes, human karyotype, male chromosome, metaphase, scanning electron microscope, sem, xy, y chromosome, y-chromosome

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