In the following pedigree Individuals III- 3 and III-4 married without knowing they were related. They...
Can someone explain to me why the answer is 1/24? thanks In the following pedigree Individuals III- 3 and III-4 married without knowing they were related. They are expecting and they ask you to estimate the probability that the child will have the condition. OT ? A. 1/64 B. 1/24 C. 1/48 D. 1/4 E. Another fraction The following nodigree correcnonds to a family where come
The mode of inheritance for the following pedigree is X-linked recessive. If individuals III-1 and III-2 were to have another child, what is the probability that they would express the trait? Explain your reasoning.
So I know the answer here, but can someone explain to me how to do it and why it's D? Thanks. D Individuals IV-3 and IV-4 got married without knowing that they were related. What is the probability of their first child to have the genetic condition that runs in the family? A. 1/24 B. 1/32 C. 1/48 D. 1/72 E. A different fraction
The mode of inheritance for the following pedigree is X-linked recessive. - O 1 2 3 4 5 6 N III O 1 2 3 5 6 IV 1 2 If individuals III-1 and III-2 were to have another child, what is the probability that they would express the trait? Explain your reasoning.
A rare autosomal dominant condition affects the following family pedigree. What is the probability that the unborn child marked with the question mark is affected by the condition? Express the answer as a decimal fraction with two digits after the decimal point. Do not round the fraction. (i.e 1/3 = 0.33) Answer:
1. Practice with pedigree charts. A man and his maternal grandfather have a particular condition. This man married a woman and had four children in the following order: boy, boy, girl, boy. All the children of this marriage except the oldest boy had the condition. The woman of this marriage had a paternal grandfather that had the condition. Only the above individuals have the condition. a. Draw a pedigree showing the above information. Use appropriate pedigree symbols. b. Is the...
The following pedigree corresponds to a family affected by a rare autosomal recessive condition. What is the probability for the unborn child marked with "?"to be a carrier? Provide your answer as a decimal fraction up to the second digit after the period and do not round up or down. (i.e. if your result is 1/3 then write 0.33) 02 ? Answer:
GENETICS LABORATORY EXERCISE 1. Practice with pedigree charts. A man and his maternal grandfather have a particular condition. This man married a woman and had four children in the following order: boy, boy, girl, boy. All the children of this marriage except the oldest boy had the condition. The woman of this marriage had a paternal grandfather that had the condition. Only the above individuals have the condition a. Draw a pedigree showing the above information. Use appropriate pedigree symbols....
A certain type of very rare deafness in humans is inherited as an X-linked recessive trait. A man who suffers from this type of deafness married a normal woman, andthey are expecting a child. They find out that they are distantly related. Part of the family tree is shown below. As a genetic counselor, what would you advise theparents about the probability that the child will be deaf?An image of the pedigree can be found at the following link (#65)http://books.google.com/books?id=MsFkrBY2-5AC&pg=PA87&lpg=PA87&dq=a+certain+type+of+very+rare+deafness+in+humans+is+inherited+as+an+X-linked+recessive+trait&source=bl&ots=YPnlK_Dtzv&sig=OTBxzn516ocH9hwG0fjgOF4-8D4&hl=en&ei=aUhYTaqFE4S8lQeyxKCYBw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=2&ved=0CBkQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=a%20certain%20type%20of%20very%20rare%20deafness%20in%20humans%20is%20inherited%20as%20an%20X-linked%20recessive%20trait&f=falseAnswer1....
What is the mode of inheritance for hypercholesterolemia? a. Autosomal dominant b. Autosomal recessive c. X-linked dominant d. X-linked recessive e. More than one of the above are possible ---------------------------------------------------------------- What is the mode of inheritance for Hunter's syndrome? a. Autosomal dominant b. Autosomal recessive c. X-linked dominant d. X-linked recessive e. More than one of the above are possible. ------------------------------------------------------------ What is the genotype for individual II-3 at the hypercholesterolemia locus (dominant allele is denoted by H, recessive allele...