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Red-green color blindness is caused by an X-linked recessive gene. In a family, the mother is a carrier of this gene while the father does not have the gene. What are the possible effects on their children? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. Half of the daughters are normal and half of the daughters are color-blind. B. Half of the boys are normal and half of the boys are color-blind. C. Half of the boys are color-blind and half of the girls are color-blind.

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well since the mother carries the x and both boys and girls have an x...
So it would be C....
i think so lol

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girls cant be colorblind, color blindness in an x link gene and the blindness itself is recessive. it would beB

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