Describe methods of diagnosing chromosome abnormalities, Biology

Explain the difference between numerical chromosome abnormalities and single gene disorders. Describe methods of diagnosing chromosome abnormalities prenatally and after birth. How can autosomal dominance and recessivity be determined? Give examples.

Include the terms/ concepts: triple screen, karyotype, dominant, recessive, sex-linked, Punnett square, pedigree. How can medical imaging be used in patients with chromosome abnormalities?

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