Chromosomal Changes – Structural chromosomal changes

Chromosomal Changes: Structural chromosomal changes, which involve alterations in the morphology of chromosomes, can be of four basic types: deletions, duplications, inversions or translocations.   Chromosomes are frequently subject to modifications, either in number ( euploidies and aneuploidies ) or in their structure. Structural changes refer to modifications that affect the morphology of the chromosome, such as the loss of part of … Continue reading Chromosomal Changes – Structural chromosomal changes