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how can an offspring inherit a recessive trait

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    Unaffected parents can produce affected offspring if both parents are carriers (heterozygous) for the trait being tracked in the pedigree. Recessive traits are typically not expressed in every generation. Lastly, males and females are equally likely to express a recessively inherited trait.

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