02.05.09 - Figure 1.1 Prince Leopold had hemophilia (his...

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Figure 1.1 Prince Leopold had hemophilia (his blood doesn’t clot) Hemophilia due to the loss of a blood clot protein, on the x chromosome Alexia czarich of Russia, mother was Alexandria (carrier) o Brought the full front of hemophilia Genetic analysis o Start with an individual Autosomal dominant o Circles are girls, x are boys o Something colored appeared in every generation the trait is dominant o Is the trait on an autosomal, x chromsomes? in females and males autosomal o It is unlikely for an dominant trait, for a child to inherit 2 dominant traits Assume that the child has only one mutation Autosomal recessive o The more numbers you have, the better conclusion you will have o Appears to skip a generation Many of the inherited diseases, its autosomal recessive Related individuals that have children o Figure 6.4 o If you have a family history and have a child with a relative o #4 has 50% o #2 has 50% being carriers Figure 6.7
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2009 for the course BIOL 2004 taught by Professor Jofalkinham during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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02.05.09 - Figure 1.1 Prince Leopold had hemophilia (his...

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