1. Is it possible for a female carrier to have a daughter who has hemophilia?

1.
Is it possible for a female carrier to have a daughter who has
hemophilia? Explain your answer using terms such as sex-linked inheritance,
sex-linked genes, dominant, recessive, and X and Y chromosomes.
2.
Choose a specific trait such as eye color, and explain the meaning
of homologous chromosomes.
3.
How does the process of meiosis produce new combinations of genes?
Why is this important?
4.
Describe one type of condition where a person is born with an
abnormal number of chromosomes.
5.
Examine the cross between a black-coated Labrador and a
chocolate-coated Labrador as is shown on page 102 of your text. Using correct
biological terms explain how 50% of the offspring have the probability of being
chocolate-coated.

Answers should be approximately 125 words or two
to three paragraphs each with at least one reference sited in each answer.1.
Is it possible for a female carrier to have a daughter who has
hemophilia? Explain your answer using terms such as sex-linked inheritance,
sex-linked genes, dominant, recessive, and X and Y chromosomes.2.
Choose a specific trait such as eye color, and explain the meaning
of homologous chromosomes. 3.
How does the process of meiosis produce new combinations of genes?
Why is this important?4.
Describe one type of condition where a person is born with an
abnormal number of chromosomes.5.
Examine the cross between a black-coated Labrador and a
chocolate-coated Labrador as is shown on page 102 of your text. Using correct
biological terms explain how 50% of the offspring have the probability of being
chocolate-coated.Answers should be approximately 125 words or two
to three paragraphs each with at least one reference sited in each answer.