If hemophilia is an X-linked recessive trait, what percent of the daughters would be expected to be carries of the disease if a hemophiliac man had children with a woman who was a carrier of the disease? Predictions occur.
Let's call the X chromosome with the hemophilia gene on it Xh, and the normal one X.
For the father to be a hemophiliac himself, he'll be genotypically Xh-Y
A carrier mother (unaffected by the disease since she has a normal gene on her ...
Hemophilia probability is included.