Unformatted text preview: carriers A. Sex linked Recessive (it only appears in males) B. Sex linked Dominant (note that no affected male has an affected son, but every daughter is affected) C. Autosomal recessive is the most probable answer (do not invoke mutations – these can generally be taken to be extremely rare, but note that the parents of the affected females have a common ancestor in the man with two wives! Recessive traits will show up when relatives have children) D. Autosomal Dominant (50% of the progeny of affected individuals show the phenotype) E. Y linked (it is only passed from fathers to sons)...
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- Fall '07