noun, plural: paracentric inversions
Chromosomal inversion happens when a segment of a chromosome breaks off and reinsert within itself. Inversions may not cause abnormalities in carriers as long as there is no extra or missing genetic information. However, individuals who are heterozygous for an inversion, there is a rise in the production of abnormal chromatids, especially when crossing-over occurs within the span of the inversion.
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... means is that one of you may have a copy of an inverted 10. And all inversion means is that the genes in chromosome are shuffled (so instead ... end of the world ... depending upon what type of "inversion" (paracentric Vs. paricentric) you will still produce normal, inverted and ...
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