Genetics as it applies to evolution, molecular biology, and medical aspects.
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Tommy wrote:If two normal visioned parents have a color-blind son,
what are the parents' genotypes?
What are the chances that their daughter will be color-blind?
father's genotype is XY with no disease.
mother's genotype is X'X.
so when they mate, X' from mother side mate with Y from the father's side mate, making a a colorblind boy.
the daugthers will not be colorblind, but a carrier.
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