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assesment pedigree - Save Answer 4. (Points: 5) What is/are...

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1. (Points: 5) Could the characteristic followed in this pedigree be caused by an autosomal dominant disease? a. No, the offspring of I-3 and I-4 contradict an autosomal dominant inheritance. b. No, the offspring of I-1 and I-2 contradict an autosomal dominant inheritance. c. No, the offspring of II-3 and II-4 contradict an autosomal dominant inheritance. d. Yes, all individuals fit the autosomal dominant inheritance pattern. Save Answer 2. (Points: 5) If the characteristic followed in the pedigree is autosomal recessive, what is III-1’s genotype? a. Definitely heterozygous b. Definitely homozygous dominant c. Either homozygous dominant or heterozygous Save Answer 3. (Points: 5) What is/are the possible inheritance pattern(s) for the characteristic in the following pedigree? a. autosomal recessive only b. autosomal dominant only c. X-linked recessive only d. X-linked dominant only e. All of the above are possible
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Unformatted text preview: Save Answer 4. (Points: 5) What is/are the possible inheritance pattern(s) for the characteristic in the following pedigree? a. autosomal recessive only b. autosomal dominant only c. X-linked dominant only d. X-linked recessive only e. All of the above are possible Save Answer 5. (Points: 5) Extensive pedigree analysis on a characteristic shows that: 1. only males are affected. 2. affected fathers always pass the trait to sons. What is type of inheritance is suggested? a. autosomal dominant b. autosomal recessive c. X-linked dominant d. X-linked recessive e. Y-linked Save Answer 6. (Points: 5) Red-green color blindness is X-linked recessive. A woman with normal color vision has a father who is color-blind. The woman has a child with a man with normal color vision. Which phenotype is NOT expected? a. color-blind male b. normal male c. color-blind female d. normal female Save Answer...
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