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CD 3.01 Environmental & Hereditary Birth Defects

The mother's nutrition, accidental injury, exposure to disease and infection, consuming harmful substances are all this type of influence on prenatal development.
A hereditary, sex-linked defect usually affecting males that makes it hard to distinguish between red and green.
Tay Sachs disease, Cystic Fibrosis, Hemophilia and Muscular Dystrophy are all influences of this type.
This is a split in the lip or palate of the mouth.
This defect can cause facial deformities, delayed physical growth, hyperactivity, shaking and crying.
These traits will cover up other weaker traits. It only takes one to show.
Birth defect caused by extra chromosome 21.
Taking this vitamin can reduce the risk of Spina Bifida
This defect affects the way the blood carries oxygen through the body; it is more common in African Americans.
This disease affects the brain. Its onset of symptoms is in a person's 40s to 50s.
These traits are "shy" and hide behind other stronger traits. It takes two of these to show.
Having more than one baby at a time; twins, triplets, etc.
More common among caucasians, this birth defect affects lungs and pancreas. Life expectancy is only into the 20s.
An abnormality at birth that affects the form or function of a person; it could affect BOTH.
Who has this chromosome pattern...XX?
Birth defect carried by females that results in blood that won't clot.
All infants are tested for PKU which results in the body being unable to process a specific ________.
Least invasive way of testing for birth defects.
More common among people of Jewish decent; life expectancy is only 4 years.
Disease which can cause blindness, deafness, heart disease, mental retardation; aka German Measles