anonymous
  • anonymous
Any disorder associated with the Y chromosome _____. will be passed on to the male offspring cannot be passed on to the female offspring will make the female a carrier of that disorder may result in colorblindness
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chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
b.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@maddie82502
anonymous
  • anonymous
There are sex linked disorders. And yes as such, ones determined by the Y chromosome can only be passed onto Male offspring. Also many ressesive ones on the X chromosome show up in males as they only have one X chromosome which is all that is needed.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
so i would say A
maddie82502
  • maddie82502
it should be b- can not be passed on the female offspring
anonymous
  • anonymous
they both sound right
anonymous
  • anonymous
it is b because females have and xx chromosome structure, and males have xy, therefore none of the y chromosomes can be passed.

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