1.As a lawyer, you have some experience in paternity suits. You are required to provide technical information to a jury in a mother's request for support payments from a separated father. Laboratory tests reveal the following:
- Father: typed as Rh+, B lood type, and M blood type
- Children are twins:
Male: typed as Rh-, O blood type, and M blood type
Female: typed as Rh+, AB blood type, and MN blood type
- Mother: typed as Rh+, A blood type, and M blood type
how would I present it to court to believe me?
2.If a woman with the genotype IAIB, Rh+ and a man with type O Rh- have a child, what is the probability that the child will have type blood A Rh-?
3.In humans, the allele for normal blood clothing, H, is dominant to the allele for hemophilia, h. Hemophilia is a X-linked trait.
A hemophiliac females marries a man who is not a hemophiliac. The probability of this couple having a child is a hemophiliac and the sex that the child would be?
A. 0.25; either a female or male affected child
B. 0.25; a male affected child
C. 0.50; either a male or female affected child
D. 0.50; a male affected child
4.A woman who is not a hemophiliac has a father who is a hemophiliac. If this woman marries a man who is hemophiliac, what is the probability of the aging a hemophiliac son?
1- the childrens transfer blood gene from parents . The male child id RH negative while none of the... View the full answer