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09 February 2004

Chromosomes

The genetic material in the nucleus of every cell in the body. In most cease, human cells have 46, except for sperm and eggs which each have 23. Humans with certain rare genetic conditions (fro example, Down's syndrome and Turner's syndrome) may have more or fewer than 46 chromosomes.

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The genetic material in the nucleus of every cell in the body. In most cease, human cells have 46, except for sperm and eggs which each have 23. Humans with certain rare genetic conditions (fro example, Down's syndrome and Turner's syndrome) may have more or fewer than 46 chromosomes.
 
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