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Page 1 Exam #1b (Bonus) Student's name ____________________________________ AGR 3303 - Genetics 17 October 1994 Whenever possible, show your work in the margins, or on the reverse side of the sheet. Partial credit may sometimes be granted for correctly setting up the problem, even if the final answer is wrong. For many students, first drawing a problem in graphic symbols helps the mind to embrace the genetic concept. 1. When does a woman receive her X chromosome from a specific grand-parent? For each of the four grandparent statements, place a check mark in the one correct "when" column (4 pts.) Always Sometimes Never Statement The woman receives an X chromosome from her mother's mother The woman receives an X chromosome from her mother's father The woman receives an X chromosome from her father's mother The woman receives an X chromosome from her father's father 2. Hemophilia in humans is a rare, sex-linked, recessive trait. Queen Victoria, a carrier of hemophilia, had a grandson Kaiser Wilhelm II. (Wilhelm's mother was
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