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4/1 Read about other ways that traits are inherited
and Human Genetic Disorders on pgs. 125 – 132 Write
and Answer:
1) Give a brief explanation and examples of:
Incomplete dominance, codominance and
multiple alleles.
2) What are the chances that two people would
have a child with a recessive mutation?
Explain why by giving some characteristics of
mutations.
3) Tell which CHROMOSOMES are responsible
for the following disorders: Cystic Fibrosis,
Sickle Cell Anemia, Hemophilia. Tell if they
are dominant or recessive traits.
4) When does a physician recommend genetic
counseling?
5) Copy Fig. 7 – 16 to show what happens when
chromosome pair #21 fails to separate during
meiosis. How often does this occur.
6) Tell how some genetic diseases can be
controlled (PKU).
7) Can defective genes be replaced with good
genes? Explain.