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    Could you please take a look at the attached problems that I have done which include Punnett square and genotype.

    I think I have done the problems correctly but I just need a second set eyes to see if there are any holes in my understanding on this topic.

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    1. The genotypes should include both alleles, e.g. the man must be Ee because his daughter is normal--if he were EE, she would have 6 digits since the trait is dominant. So, the daughter and mother must both be ee. Giving only one allele as you have does not give enough information about genotypes. Remember, people have two alleles of each gene (excluding those on the X- or Y- chromosome), one from mom, the other from dad.
    <br><br>The Punnett Square, then, would be Ee x ee.
    <br><br>I'm not ...