anonymous
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Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness. Studies have linked a common form of glaucoma to three genes and more than 20 genetic loci. Which best describes glaucoma?
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just_one_last_goodbye
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The molecular events responsible for glaucoma are currently poorly understood, complicating the design of therapies based on the underlying disease mechanisms. Most forms of glaucoma are inherited, either as common complex traits or as mendelian autosomal dominant or recessive traits (early onset).

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anonymous
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A: recessive trait that requires multiple recessive alleles to be expressed B: polygenic trait that is influenced by the number of alleles present C: codominant trait that is expressed more often when more dominant alleles are present D: dominant trait that depends on the presence of only one of many dominant alleles So which would this be?
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@AlexandervonHumboldt2

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