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In a hexaploid wheat, the haploid(n), basis (x) number of chromosomes in monosomy(M) are?


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A diploid organism havenig one  chromosome less or having one unpiared chromosome in the body is called monosomy.
If the n=x , then the diploid set will be 2x (2n).
Such a diploid cell , if it has monosomy , then it should be (2n-1).
In a human diploid cell, monosomy is 46-1=45 chromosomes.
If the cell is hexaploid and if it is in monosomy , then 6x-5 will be the monosomy.Where one chromosome is represented only once.

Biology

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