triploidy

The presence of three haploid sets of chromosomes, instead of two, in all cells; results in foetal or neonatal death. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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triploidy

(from the article `chromosomal disorder`) ...variation from this pattern causes abnormalities. A chromosome from any of the pairs may be duplicated (trisomy) or absent (monosomy); an entire ...
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triploidy

triploidy The presence of three haploid sets of chromosomes, instead of two, in all cells; results in fetal or neonatal death.
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Triploidy

An abnormality in which an individual has three copies of every chromosome resulting in 69 chromosomes in a cell instead of the usual 46. In pregnancies that this condition occurs, most will spontaneously miscarry. If the pregnancy does survive and the child is born, it is common for the baby to die within the first 24 hours of life.
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triploidy

Type: Term Pronunciation: trip′loy-dē Definitions: 1. The presence of three haploid sets of chromosomes, instead of two, in all cells; results in fetal or neonatal death.
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