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Is it possible for a female carrier to have a daughter who has hemophilia

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Is it possible for a female carrier to have a daughter who has hemophilia? Explain your answer using terms such as sex-linked inheritance, sex-linked genes, dominant, recessive, and X and Y chromosomes.;Choose a specific trait such as eye color, and explain the meaning of homologous chromosomes.;How does the process of meiosis produce new combinations of genes? Why is this important?;Describe one type of condition where a person is born with an abnormal number of chromosomes.;Examine the cross between a black-coated Labrador and a chocolate-coated Labrador as is shown on page 102 of your text. Using correct biological terms explain how 50% of the offspring have the probability of being chocolate-coated.;Attachment Preview;Questions are to be answered in full sentences.docx Download Attachment;Questions are to be answered in full sentences. Answers should be approximately 125 words or;two to three paragraphs each and you must cite your references at the end of each essay. APA;format for citations.;Is it possible for a female carrier to have a daughter who has hemophilia? Explain your answer;using terms such as sex-linked inheritance, sex-linked genes, dominant, recessive, and X and Y;chromosomes.;1. Choose a specific trait such as eye color, and explain the meaning of homologous;chromosomes.;2. How does the process of meiosis produce new combinations of genes? Why is this;important?;3. Describe one type of condition where a person is born with an abnormal number of;chromosomes.;4. Examine the cross between a black-coated Labrador and a chocolate-coated Labrador as;is shown on page 102 of your text. Using correct biological terms explain how 50% of;the offspring have the probability of being chocolate-coated.;View Full Attachment;Additional Requirements;Other Requirements: see attached document for a clearer view of the assignment.

 

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