anonymous
  • anonymous
How do you do a dihybrid cross with an autosomal and sex linked trait?
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blues
  • blues
The same way you do an ordinary dihybrid cross between two autosomes, except in the place of one pair of autosomes you put XX and XY. Here is a dummy cross between AaXX and AaXY where A and a are a pair of alleles on any autosomal chromosome: |dw:1333075600037:dw| I have labelled Mom's chromosomes X1 and X2 to distinguish them. And I didn't fill in all the squares because it would take all night. Clear?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay, so the same as two autosomals. Alright, thank you so much blues.
blues
  • blues
Cheers and have a good one.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
http://www.mhhe.com/biosci/genbio/espv2/… On this web site - Click on sex-linked traits in the list of topics. read the info and study the diagram then click on the arrow to go to the next frame. It shows you how to set up a sex-linked trait problem. This site shows dihybrid sex-linked - http://homepage.smc.edu/hodson_kent/Med_…

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