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    If a man with a red-colorblindness (a sex-linked trait) marries a normal woman, would you expect to see the trait expressed in their children?

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    In this situation you have a father who is colorblind for red color and mother who is normal.

    Hence the kind of progeny expected would be a carrier female ...

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