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Grade: 12

                        

If a colorblind man marries a woman who is normal but carries this trait , the progeny will be ​All normal females but carriers of the trait All males and 50% females color blind All females and 50% males color blind 50% males and 50% females color blind

3 years ago

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Vasanth SR
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							4​50% males and 50% females color blind
						
3 years ago
SR Roy
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4​50% males and 50% females color blind ..........................................
One example of an X-linked trait is red-green colorblindness. Let (Xc) represent the recessive allele that causes colorblindness and (X+) represent the normal dominant allele. Females that are X+X+ or X+Xc have normal color vision, while XcXc females are colorblind. Males that are X+Y have normal color vision, while XcY males are colorblind.
 
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