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The gene for red/green colorblindness in humans is recessive and primarily affects males. It must be located on
Analyze the following Punnett square for Hemophilia and match the answer to the correct question.
How many offspring will be affected by Hemophilia?
How many offspring will not have Hemophilia?
How many offspring are a carrier for Hemophilia?
Is it a male or female affected by Hemophilia?
Colorblindness is a sex-linked recessive trait in humans.
If a colorblind daughter is born to a couple, which Punnett square represents the probable genotypes of the parents?
Which mode of inheritance explains why a mother with a particular recessive trait will always pass it on to her son?
If a human baby boy inherits a recessive allele from his mother, in which circumstance would he most likely show the trait coded for by the recessive allele?
A healthy individual is a carrier of a lethal allele but is unaffected by it. What is the probable genotype of this individual?
Why are males more likely to be affected by a sex-linked inherited trait than females?
Why are females less likely to be affected by a sex-linked inheritance trait than males?
In the same way as baldness, hemophilia is inherited usually because the mother is a carrier. Once again, usually male children are affected.
Look at the following Punnett square for Hemophilia below and match the answers to the correct question.
How many children do not have Hemophilia?
Why does neither girl have Hemophilia?
How many children are carriers for Hemophilia?
How many children have Hemophilia?
Why do the boys stand a higher chance of getting Hemophilia than the girls?