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What is the general term for a condition where the chromosome number is not a multiple of a complete set?

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Answered Oct 18Biology
Amanda MillsMSc Graduate from the London School of Economics

When a complete set (genome) of chromosome is added or subtracted the condition is called Euploidy. When there is addition or deletion of a single member chromosome the condition is called Aneuploidy.