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Arthur Daniel Midlands
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X-wild type/ Y-(Sry) male TR-wild type/TR- wild type X wild type/X-wild type TR-rolled /TR-wild type phenotypes Mendel’s 2nd law is demonstrated: independent assortment into the gametes of alleles for genes on different chromsosomes. 1:1:1:1 genotype and phenotype.
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Very approximtely 7% live births have an inborn deletareous condition. About half are
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Unformatted text preview: “almost always genetic” (but under 0.5% are single allele or event) and the other half are “environment-induced or chance-induced with a genetic predisposition.” • Many (how many?) could be diagnosed before birth. • Incomplete penetrance (genotype to phenotype) is the rule for most deletareous conditions...
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