@ifladeras5 asked 4 months ago.

How can karyotyping determine whether the cell is from a male or a female person?

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@iduwinny- answered 3 months ago.

Karyotyping is a procedure where chromosomes are stained and then viewed under a microscope. A karyotype is a picture of the chromosomes in a cell. Cells from a female person have 22 pairs of chromosomes and are called “XX” while cells from a male person have 23 pairs of chromosomes and are called “XY”.
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@henogali answered 3 months ago.

Karyotyping is the analysis of chromosomes, which are the structures that contain DNA. They are found inside the nucleus of every cell in the human body.  Karyotyping can be used to determine whether the cell is from a male or a female person.
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@ejuzubul answered 3 months ago.

Karyotyping is a technique that can determine whether a cell is from a male or a female person. The karyotype of a female consists of two X chromosomes and a Y chromosome. The karyotype of a male consists of one X and one Y chromosome.
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@rimuxowalo answered 3 months ago.

Karyotyping is the way of determining whether the cell is from a male or a female person. The male karyotype is XY and the female karyotype is XX.

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