A woman referred to as individual A marries a man, individual B. Both have normal color vision. They have 3 children. Child AB1 is a son with normal color vision. Child AB2 is also a son but he is red green colorblind. The third child, son AB3, is red green colorblind as well. AB1 son marries a woman, S, with normal vision. They have a son who is red green color blind, AB4. Son AB3
Give the genotype of the following individuals:
Red green color blindness is usually a sex-linked disorder. We need to keep this in mind when we work out the alleles and their relation to each other. Let's start by summarizing the individuals and their phenotypes.
Mother A - normal vision
Father B- normal vision
Because neither parent has red green color blindness a recessive allele is immediately suspect.
Son AB1 - normal
Son AB2 - red green color blind
Son AB3 - red green color blind
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Examination of the inheritance of a sex-linked trait in a given pedigree.
Sample Genetics Problems in inheritance
1. A child wonders if she is adopted and hence compares her blood type to those of her parents. Her father is type AB and her mother is type O. What blood type of the child would indicate that she might have been adopted?
2. Color blindness is a sex linked recessive trait in humans. The only member of Judy's family who is color blind is her brother Jim. . What is Jim's Genotype? The father's genotype? The mothers genotype? What is Judy's genotype if she later has color-blind son?
3. A woman goes to court to sue a man she believes to be her father of her child. Blood types are determined for the woman, man, and the child:
Woman: blood type AB
Man: blood type O
Child: blood type AB
Is it likely that this man fathered the woman's child?
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