Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Human male with a normal complement of 44 autosomes and one X chromosome, but with two Y chromosomes rather than the normal single Y. The condition is marked by a certain degree of tallness and leanness; there are controversial reports of increased aggressive behavior. Aka supermale, XYY syndrome, Jacob syndrome, poly-Y male.

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