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Points: 10 out of 10This trait is ____________.Points: 10 out of 10How many individuals on this pedigree have a genotype where both allelescannot be determined with certainty? (That is, how many individuals have agenotype with a “_”?)Points: 10 out of 10Refering to this diagram:This trait is ____________.
Question 8How many individuals on this pedigree have a genotype where both allelescannot be determined with certainty? (That is, how many individuals have agenotype with a “_”?)
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Question 9
Points: 10 out of 10In humans, the condition for normal blood clotting (H) is dominant to hemophilia(h). A male who has normal blood clotting mates with a woman who is a carrier.If they have a daugher, what is the probability that she will have this condition?Points: 10 out of 10Points: 10 out of 10What do we know about the grandparents of this family? (That is, the twoindividuals, not shown, that would be at the top of the family tree).Question 10In humans, the condition for normal blood clotting (H) is dominant to hemophilia(h). A male who has normal blood clotting mates with a woman who is a carrier.If they have a daugher, what is the probability that she will have this condition?A. 100%B. 75%C. 50%D. 0%FeedbackCorrect. The XHY x XHXh results in daughters that are either XHXH or XHXh(neither of which have the condition).

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