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                Loss of an X-chromosoroe in a particular cell, during its development, results into:               

    A)              diploid individual

    B)              triploid individual

    C)              gynandromorphs               

    D)              both 'a' and 'b?

    Correct Answer: C

    Solution :

                Gynandromorphs are those individuals in which one part of the body is female while another part is male. It occurs due to irregularity in mitosis at the first clevage of the zygote. One of the X-chromosomes of an XX (female) zygote lags in the spindle, one daughter nucleus receives only one X-chromosomes while the other receives X-chromosomes. A mosaic body pattern is thus established.

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