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Started:Submitted:Score:Points:Points:0 out of 10Question 1In humans, the condition for normal blood clotting (H) is dominant to hemophilia(h). A male who has normal blood clotting mates with a woman who is a carrier.If they have a son, what is the probability that he will have this condition?From:null <Saved by Internet Explorer 11>Date:Wed, 16 Sep 2015 09 10 29 -0500To:CC:Subject:Classical Genetics Unit QuizClassical Genetics Unit QuizAttempt 1 of 209/16/2015 9:24 PM EDT09/16/2015 10:07 PM EDT88%150 out of 170A.100%B.75%C.0%D.50%FeedbackIncorrect. The XHY x XHXh results in 50% of sons that are XHY (and do nothave the condition) and 50% that are XhY (and do have the condition).
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Term
Fall
Professor
Higgens
Tags
Genetics, Zygosity, Sex linkage, blood clotting

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