Unformatted text preview: viable? Of his offspring, what fraction would be expected to have an increased risk for leukemia? If each of the two possible separations of chromosomes 1 and 3 are possible then half of the man’s gametes would be expected to be viable. One gamete would be normal and the other would be balanced. The other two are duplicated and deficient and therefore have a chance of causing lethality....
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- Spring '06
- Genetics, Leukemia, Cytogenetics