Dis7_Genetics Proble - Genetics Problems 1 The ability to curl your tongue up on the sides(T tongue rolling is dominant to not being able to roll

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Genetics Problems 1. The ability to curl your tongue up on the sides (T, tongue rolling) is dominant to not being able  to roll your tongue. A woman who can roll her tongue marries a man who cannot. Their first child  has his father's phenotype.  a. What are the genotypes of the mother, father, and child? b. What is the probability that a second child won't be a tongue roller? 2. Hemophilia is a sex-linked blood-clotting disorder. X gives normal blood clotting and is  dominant to the hemophilia allele X h . a.   Give the genotypes of:   A woman with normal blood clotting whose father had hemophilia A normal man whose father had hemophilia. Bio93  Discussion Week 7 11/08/10
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b.      What is the probability that a mating between these two individuals will produce a child  that has hemophilia?
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2010 for the course BIOLOGY SC Bio Sci 93 taught by Professor Dr.dianeo'dowdanddr.rahulwarrior during the Fall '10 term at UC Irvine.

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Dis7_Genetics Proble - Genetics Problems 1 The ability to curl your tongue up on the sides(T tongue rolling is dominant to not being able to roll

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