Genetics as it applies to evolution, molecular biology, and medical aspects.
Are my definitions correct?
Figure 1: http:[email protected]/4100876940/
Explanation: It is autosomal dominant. Both sexes transmit the trait to their offspring. Affected offspring must have an affected parent unless they posses a new mutation. Unaffected parents do not transmit the trait.
Figure 2: http:[email protected]/4100878606/
Explanation: It is autosomal recessive. Trait tend to skip generations. Affected offspring are usually born to unaffected parents.
Figure 3: http:[email protected]/4100881254/
Explanation: It is x-linked recessive. Affected sons are usually born to unaffected mothers, thus the trait skips generations. It is never passed from father to son.
2) if the squere (sorry, don't remember, whether it's man or woman), is recessive homozygote, how that it's children are not carriers?
Unless it's not man and these are actually not his children
Cis or trans? That's what matters.
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