Assignment 9 - Ally Solowicz Dr Sanstad Biology 101 17 July...

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Ally Solowicz Dr. Sanstad Biology 101 17 July 2016 Assignment 9 Three autosomal dominant disorders are Huntington’s Disease, Tuberous sclerosis, and Marfan’s Syndrome. Three autosomal recessive disorders are sickle cell disease, Tay-Sachs disease, and Behr syndrome. Three sex-linked disorders are Duchenne muscular dystrophy, hemophelia, and Fragile-X syndrome. Huntington’s Disease Autosomal Dominant Nerve cells in the brain break down over time. 1/20,000 people get this disease Tuberous sclerosis Autosomal dominant Causes benign tumors to grow in many different organs Less than 200,000 per year Marfan’s syndrome Autosomal dominant Affects cognitive
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  • Fall '14
  • DavidHunnicutt
  • Biology, Genetic disorder, autosomal recessive disorders, autosomal dominant disorders

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