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Problem: Could a colorblind man pass his gene for colorblindness on to his sons? Show the cross or crosses to support your answer. What would be the genotype of a wife (for this man) that would produce only normal visioned sons? Show the cross or crosses to support your answer. Could this man find a wife that would result in daughters that would not carry the gene for color blind vision? Show the cross or crosses to support your answer.

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Could a colorblind man pass his gene for colorblindness on to his sons?

Show the cross or crosses to support your answer.

What would be the genotype of a wife (for this man) that would produce only normal visioned sons? Show the cross or crosses to support your answer.

Could this man find a wife that would result in daughters that would not carry the gene for color blind vision? Show the cross or crosses to support your answer.

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