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the genes which remain confined to differential region ofY-chromaosome are holandric genes autosomal genes completely sex -linked genes mutant genes

 the genes which remain confined to differential region ofY-chromaosome are
  1. holandric genes
  2. autosomal genes
  3. completely sex -linked genes
  4. mutant genes

Grade:12th pass

3 Answers

ANMOL SETH
36 Points
6 years ago
Holandric genes..
ANMOL SETH
36 Points
6 years ago
Holandric genes..
Raheema Javed
156 Points
6 years ago
The genes which remain confined to differential region of Y-chromosome are (1) Holandric genes.

Most of the X and Y are not homologous, however, and undergo NO CROSSING OVER. Traits coded on this DIFFERENTIAL regions of the X and Y exhibit inheritance patterns that are quite different from those shown by autosomal genes, and may be
  • X-linked (located on the differential region of the X c'some)
  • Y-linked (located on the differential region of the Y c'some).
Y-linked traits, which exist only in males, are known as HOLANDRIC traits. Under normal circumstances, females never express them.

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