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###### Matching: Two nonhomologous chromosomes are shown below; where represents the centromereKLM-NopaR STUVaWXYZSelect the Lype_of chromosomal aberrations that best applies to the situation shown: (6 points; point each)Interstitial deletionKLM-NOPQ R S TXW.VUYZPericentric inversionKLM-NOPOP Q R S TUV.WXYZTerminal deletionParacentric inversionKLM-NOPQ R S TXYUV-WXYZTandem duplicationKLM-NOPR Q Q R S TUV.WXYZReciprocal translocationKLM-NOPQ R S TUV.WZDisplaced duplicationKLM-Noxyz S TUV.WP QRRobertsoni

Matching: Two nonhomologous chromosomes are shown below; where represents the centromere KLM-NopaR STUVaWXYZ Select the Lype_of chromosomal aberrations that best applies to the situation shown: (6 points; point each) Interstitial deletion KLM-NOPQ R S TXW.VUYZ Pericentric inversion KLM-NOPOP Q R S TUV.WXYZ Terminal deletion Paracentric inversion KLM-NOPQ R S TXYUV-WXYZ Tandem duplication KLM-NOPR Q Q R S TUV.WXYZ Reciprocal translocation KLM-NOPQ R S TUV.WZ Displaced duplication KLM-Noxyz S TUV.WP QR Robertsonian translocation Reverse duplication

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