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Colour blindness

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Colour blindness

a sex-linked inherited condition where there is an inability to distinguish colours. Very few women are colour blind, but up to 10% of all men have some degree of colour blindness. The most common for is red-green colour blindness. The second most common is blue-yellow.

Inheritance: sex-linked (X chromosome).