No additional adverse phenotypic effect appeared besides causing reproductive failure with possible monosomic
or trisomic conceptions for chromosome 22 (39, 42, 43).
These unstable chromosomes can also lead to ring chromosome loss, producing monosomic
cells, which may or may not be viable.
"Extensive cytogenetic studies of clonality following interferon-alpha therapy in chronic myeloid leukemia occurring in monosomic
cells in a patient with Turner syndrome mosaic".
Mechanistic explanations of UPD involve gamete complementation, trisomic rescue, monosomic
rescue, or post-fertilization mitotic error (16,17).
This was due to the development of an allotetraploid and a monosomic
Lr46/Yr29: A slow rusting gene identified in the cultivar Pavon and was found located on chromosome 1B by crossing with a monosomic
series of adult plant leaf rust susceptible cultivar Lal Bahadur (Singh et al., 1998a).
Altman (1991) Identification of four Gossypium sturtianum monosomic
alien addition derivatives from a backcrossing program with G.
analysis of Russian wheat aphid resistance in the common wheat PI 294994.
Also there are several examples in which is found that gamma-ray-induced chlorophyll mutations in the seeds of Triticum vulgare, Avena sativa (monosomic
plants) and A.
These other cases had similar deletions in either the p or q arms, and so were monosomic
for only one end of chromosome 9, in contrast to our patient who was monosomic
for both ends of chromosome 9.
This hypothesis has gained support in recent years given that a great number of X chromosome genes escape inactivation, suggesting that healthy women experience a different effect linked to the X compared, both to men and to patients diagnosed with TS, which are monosomic
for the X (6) chromosome.