By André Boué, Joëlle Boué, Alfred Gropp (auth.), Harry Harris, Kurt Hirschhorn (eds.)
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What is the situation among wild species and especially among primates? The high incidence of genomic mutations and of chromosomal mutations (A. , 1983a) represents the sacrifice that the human species pays for its evolution: "Ie prix de la vie" (de Grouchy, 1976). Of these innumerable mutations and chromosome anomalies a few have been incorporated into our hereditary pattern and have provided the extensive diversity of the human genome. REFERENCES Alberman, E" Polani, P. , Fraser Roberts, J. , Spicer, C.
Thus, malignant sequelae seem to arise only from complete hydatidiform moles. Tetraploidy. ften without amniotic membranes with a developmental age of 2-3 weeks. Embryonic formations were never observed. Epidemiology Triploidy and Tetraploidy. From the results of abortion surveys done in different parts of the world, no secular, seasonal, geographic, or racial variations have been observed in the incidence of triploidies and tetraploidies. No maternal or paternal age effects have been detected (Table XI).
1980; Meulenbroek and Geraedts, 1982). 7%; 20 Andre Boue, Jollie Boue, and Alfred Gropp Table XIV. Karyotypes of Triploid Abortuses Study 69,XXX 69,XXY 69,XYY 68,XX J. Boue et al. (1975) Carr (1971a) Creasy et al. (1976) Jacobs et al. (1982) Kajii et al. (1980) Lauritsen (1976) Warburton et al. , 1980). , 1977). From these data it has been estimated that triploidy occurs in about 1% of recognized human conceptions, but is observed in only one of 10,000 livebirths. Cytogenetic Studies. According to the constitution of the gonosomes, three types oftriploidies are distinguished (Table XIV): 69,XXY, the most frequent; 69,XXX; and 69,XYV, which has been rarely observed.
Advances in Human Genetics 14 by André Boué, Joëlle Boué, Alfred Gropp (auth.), Harry Harris, Kurt Hirschhorn (eds.)