... . Where two carriers of the recessive gene have a child
together, that child
will have a one in four chance of receiving two albinism genes, and having albinism. The child
will have one in four chances of getting neither ...
... is gradually replaced with yellow marrow as the child
ages (see Bone Development below).
Short bones ... zone of cartilage (the metaphysis ) until the child
reaches adulthood (18 to 25 years of age), ... filled exclusively with red marrow , but as the child
ages it is mostly replaced by yellow marrow . ...
... A child
with Down syndrome
Down syndrome (also ... families who may be at increased risk to have a child
with Down syndrome.
The term was first used by ... with children who do not have DS. The IQ of a child
with Down syndrome is rarely measured above 60. ...
... the development of the condition in the older child
who has been weaned from the breast once a new sibling is born.
When a child
is nursing, it receives certain amino acids vital to growth from its mother's milk. When the child
is weaned, if the diet that replaces the milk is ...
... mother who has already had an Rh positive child
(or an accidental Rh+ blood transfusion) carries ... always occur and is less likely to occur if the child
carries either the A or B antigen and the mother ... by determining the blood type of every child
of a RhD- mother; if it is Rh+, the mother is ...
... It is impossible to predict the prognosis of an Edward's Syndrome child
during pregnancy or the neonatal period . Some children with Edward's ... the prenatal period. Although there is an increased risk of conceiving a child
with Edward's Syndrome as a woman's age increases, women in their 20's and ...
... hours or more are not uncommon, and may result in injury to the child
or the death of the mother, although the chances of a successful labor ... nature
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... women taking medication for epilepsy have a higher chance of having a child
with a neural tube defect. Research has shown that women with folic acid deficiences also have a higher chance of having a child
with a neural tube defect, but this is only one factor. Folic acid is not ...
... affects approximately 1 in 10,000 live births. The risk of having a child
with Patau syndrome increases as a woman gets older.
People with Patau ... reproductive cells contributes to the genetic makeup of a child, the child
will have an extra chromosome 13 in each of the body's cells.
... were two Jesus children involved in the Incarnation of the Christ (one child
descended from Solomon, the other from Nathan— this might seem a ... Practical Advice To Teachers (1919)
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... do not cause disease in carriers, such as translocations , or chromosomal inversions , although it may lead to a higher chance of having a child
with an chromosome disorder. Abnormal numbers of chromosomes or chromosome sets, Aneuploidy , may be lethal or give rise to genetic disorders. ...
... spheres, a few distinguished scientists, including Nobel Prize winners such as John Sulston ( "I don't think one ought to bring a clearly disabled child
into the world" ) and James D. Watson ( "Once you have a way in which you can improve our children, no one can stop it." ), have recently spoken in ...
... This includes unprotected sexual contact, blood transfusions , re-use of contaminated needles and syringes, vertical transmission from mother to child
during childbirth, and so on. The primary method of transmission depends on the prevalence of the disease in a given area. In low prevalence areas, ...
... Infertility is the inability to naturally conceive , carry or deliver a healthy child
. There are many reasons why a couple may not be able to conceive, or may not be able to conceive without medical assistance .
... fusion of two bones, to the point that they are practically one bone. In humans, the plates of the cranium, initially separate, fuse together as the child
approaches adulthood. Children whose craniums fuse too early may suffer deformities and brain damage, as the skull does not expand properly to ...
... lines only from a common ancestor and is thus of limited value (for instance, it could not be used to test for paternity).
Obtaining news that a child
either is or isn't one's own is someting that a parent or erstwhile (?) parent can undertake at their own expense, without necessarily informing ...
Polymerase chain reaction
... fingerprint .
Figure 4 : Electrophoresis of PCR-amplified DNA fragments. (1) Father. (2) Child. (3) Mother. The child
has inherited some, but not all of the fingerprint of each of its parents, giving it a new, unique fingerprint.
Although these resulting ...