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A sex linked trait is more likely affect?


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2007-07-19 23:04:44
2007-07-19 23:04:44

clarify- affect? what?

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Males are more likely to receive a sex-linked genetic trait because they have only one X chromosome. A certain trait on a woman's X may be covered up by another trait on her other X, men only have one X so they are stuck with whatever trait appears on it.

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because of unopposed alliles on y chromosome

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Because males have only one X chromosome, males are more likely than females to have a sex-linked trait that is controlled by a recessive allele for a trait and one dominant.

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Males are more likely to get it. i do believe it's an x-linked recessive trait and that females are carriers and do pass it more to their son than to a daughter.


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