genetics

| December 7, 2015

A man who has color blindness and type A blood has children with a woman who has normal color vision and type O blood. The woman’s father had color blindness. Color blindness is determined by an X-linked gene, and blood type is determined by an autosomal gene
(a) What are the genotypes of the man and the woman?

(b) What proportion of their children will have color blindness and type B blood?

(c) What proportion of their children will have color blindness and type A blood?

(d) What proportion of their children will be color blind and have type AB blood?

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