triploidy


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trip·loi·dy

(trip'loy-dē),
The presence of three haploid sets of chromosomes, instead of two, in all cells; results in fetal or neonatal death.

triploidy

[trip′loidē]
the state or condition of having three complete sets of chromosomes.

trip·loi·dy

(trip'loy-dē)
The presence of three haploid sets of chromosomes, instead of two, in all cells; results in fetal or neonatal death.

Triploidy

The condition where an individual has three entire sets of chromosomes instead of the usual two.

triploidy

state of being triploid.
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An investigation of the markers in the baby and the mother in this case showed that the infant had diandric triploidy and, for 6 of the 9 informative markers, two different alleles of paternal origin were identified.
Triploidy caused by endoreduplication in a human zygote obtained after in-vitro fertilization.
There were two abnormal NIPT results: one was reported as high risk for trisomy 13 and the other as a triploidy (Table 3).
Key words: triploidy 69 XXX, digynic triploidy, diandric triploidy, prenatal Diagnosis, fetal diagnosis.
Triploidy induction by cold shock in the South American catfish, Rhamdia quelen (Siluriformes, Quoy and Gaimard, 1824).
Triploidy in Equisetum subgenus Hippochaete (Equisetaceae, Pteridophyta).
Findings on Dilation and Evacuation (D&E) Examination Suspicious for Specific Genetic Abnormality Genetic Abnormality Finding on D&E Turner sydrome Fetal hydrops, prominent dorsal edema of (monosomy X) hands and feet, aortic coarctation Trisomy 18 Overlapping fingers, rocker-bottom feet, polydactyly Trisomy 13 Severe craniofacial anomalies, holoprosencephaly, midline cleft lip, abnormal skull base, polydactyly, splenopancreatic fusion, heart defects Trisomy 21 Wide space between first and second toes, clinodactyly, single palmar crease, heart defects, duodenal atresia Triploidy 3-4 syndactyly
Holoprosencephaly has also been associated with triploidy, trisomy 13, trisomy 18, and a number of other syndromes.
Consistent with what is known about the technique of microarray testing; however, none of the triploidy pregnancies were identified, but 15 of 17 were correctly called using maternal cell contamination results, he noted.
Induction of triploidy and gynogenesis in teleost fish with emphasis on marine species.
An evaluation of triploidy as a potential solution to the problem of precocious sexual maturation in common carp, Cyprinus carpio, in Karnataka, India.