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Is Albinism dominant or recessive trait explain your answer?

Albinism is a recessive trait.


Is albinism a recessive trait or dominant?

Recessiive


Is albinism more dominant in men or women?

men


Is albinism a dominant or recessive condition?

It is controlled by a recessive allele.


Is albinism controlled by a dominant allele or by a recessive allele?

Recessive allele.


Is Albinism dominant or recessive?

Albinism is a recessive trait which will result in a lack of pigmentation in the skin eyes and hair. It occurs about 1 in every 17,000 people in the U.S.


Is albinism controlled by a dominant allele o recessive allele?

It is controlled by a recessive allele.


Do most cells in your body have alleles for every trait?

Most cells in your bodies have alleles for every trait. Some are dominant while others are in dominant alleles. Albinism is an example of a dominant allele.


Is Albinism a recessive or dominant trait?

Recessive. The trait will only show up if both parents have the gene recessively (aa). If the genetic make up is Aa or AA, there will be melanin production, meaning albinism is an aa gene only. Albinism is a recessive allele.


Is albinos genes formed from mutation?

No, albinism is recessive so you don't tend to see it often in people. As the gene has to be passed down somehow. Normal skin is dominant, but albinism is just as valid.


Which is controlled by a dominant allele albinism diabetes mellitus hemophilia high cholesterol or low melanin levels?

high cholesterol


What is albinism the scientific term?

there is no scientific term.Albinism is simply Albinism


Is albinism common?

albinism is common.


How can albinism in plants keep occurring if they cannot reproduce?

because the recessive allele is still present in heterozygous individuals. these individuals have one dominant allele and so show the dominant phenotype but they are capable of producing offspring with the recessive condition


Can Albinism be cured or treated?

Can albinism be treated


What are some demographics of albinism?

What are the demographics of albinism:


How is albinism diagnosed?

Albinism is a recessively inherited disease. People with albinism has inherited 2 albinism genes. They got one gene from each parent.


What is ocular albinism?

Ocular Albinism is a type of albinism that affects mostly vision. It commonly comes with the lack of melanin in the skin that occurs in regular albinism.


Are albinos rare?

Quite rare. Albinism is a mutation of melanin production caused by recessive gene alleles, and can only be selected as a phenotype when there are no dominant alleles to replace it.


What is an example of a dominant and a recessive trait?

Dominant: dark hair, curly hair, detached earlobesRecessive: red hair, albinismThere are infinite examples. :3NOTE: Not sure about the hair stuff, and there are much better examples, though at least albinism is well known. Contrary to popular belief and what Hugh Laurie says on House eye colour is a complex trait, like height.


Can two parents with albinism have an unaffected child?

Yes because if the parents have it because they have the dominant trait, they could also be carriers of an Allele that codes for a normal trait. For example, let's say the mom and dad have the genetic makeup, Big H and little h. The big H represents their dominant trait for albinism, and the little h represents the trait for normal skin color. Then there would be a 25% chance (using a punnet square) that the child would be unaffected, which proves that it is possible.


Use the word albinism in a sentence?

Albinism is a congenital disorder.


Who is most likely to get albinism?

People who have a family history of albinism will be the most likely to get albinism but normal people have a chance of getting it


Where did the word albinism originate?

the word albinism originated form the latin word albus which means white. Since albinism is a condition where the lack of pigmentation makes the boy whiter they called it albinism


Where is the chromosome located in albinism?

i wouldn't say "where" is the right word. Albinism is caused by either a mutaton in a chromosome or the part for pigments is missing. Ihave albinism and forme i have no pigment in my hair eyes or skin wich im pretty sure is from the 11th chromosome.[im also legally blind] i don't know weather the proteins for the pigment is missing or mutated. In other forms of albinism other chromosomes are effected. i think the other ones could be 9 and 14 if i remember right. But ocular albinism [only guys could get, the probability of a girl getting it is EXTREMELY RARE] its effected by a different chromosome. Ocular Albinism is located on the X chromosome. It's way more common in guys (XY) because they only have one X chromosome. Girls (XX) have two X chromosomes and since albinism is a recessive trait, both X's would have to carry that trait. In other words, the father would have ocular albinism and the mother would either be heterozygous, meaning she carries the trait for ocular albinism but also has a non Albinism trait and since not having Albinism is dominant, your mother wouldn't have Albinism. Or your mother could be homozygous ressesive, so her genotype is two ressesive alleles, so her phenotype, or physical characteristics, are she has Albinism.