If Only One 'X' Chromosome is Found in a Female Person, Which of the Following Symptoms She Will Show? - Biology

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If only one 'X' chromosome is found in a female person, which of the following symptoms she will show?

  1. epicanthal skin fold
  2. webbing of neck
  3. small testis and absence of spermatogenesis
  4. presence of simian crease on the palm
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Solution

(b) Webbing of neck
A missing X chromosome leads to Turner’s syndrome. The symptoms in females are a receding lower jaw and a short webbed neck.

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