anonymous
  • anonymous
When someone is said to be a carrier for a genetic disease, their genotype is: homozygous dominant heterozygous homozygous recessive incompletely dominant
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Homozygous recessive. An example of this would be if someone has a genetic disorder, and they have children who do not show signs or symptoms of it, but then their children have it, that would mean that the original parent passed to their children a recessive gene. Think of it as an inactive particle in your body. You are just carrying it in your DNA with nothing to activate it.
SomeGirl1999
  • SomeGirl1999
it is Homozygous recessive

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