What is the genotype of a man who has freckles (dominant) and is color-blind, if his mother lacked freckles?
A man with a widow’s peak, whose mother was color blind and whose father had a continuous hairline, is engaged to marry a woman whose color blind mother had a continuous hairline, and whose normal visioned father had a continuous hairline.
a. what is the genotype of the young gentleman?
b. What is the genotype of his fiancée?
If the couple in the preceding problem marry and have a family, what are the chances of them having:
a. A normal visioned child with a continuous hairline?
b. A color blind child with a widow’s peak?
c. A normal visioned daughter with a continuous hairline?
d. A color blind son with a widow’s peak?
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