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What is the epigenetic framework, as mentioned in the text?
Which type of genotype-environment correlation occurs when individuals actively seek out environments that support their genetic tendencies?
What is mitosis?
What is the primary cause of chromosomal abnormalities in autosomal chromosomal disorders?
Which of the following is an example of a sex-linked chromosomal disorder?
Genotype refers to the features that are actually expressed, while phenotype refers to the sum total of all the genes a person inherits.
Recessive gene disorders, such as cystic fibrosis and sickle-cell anemia, are more common than dominant gene-linked disorders.
Huntington’s Disease is an example of a recessive gene disorder.
Fragile X Syndrome is an X-linked disorder that affects females more severely than males.
The majority of zygotes with chromosomal abnormalities fail to develop and are spontaneously aborted by the mother’s body.
Turner Syndrome is a sex-linked chromosomal disorder affecting males.
Klinefelter Syndrome is caused by an extra Y chromosome in the cells of a male.
XYY Syndrome results in infertility and decreased muscle tone.
Triple X Syndrome may result in learning difficulties and seizures.
The epigenetic framework emphasizes the idea that genetic predispositions cannot be influenced by environmental experiences.