A mother that carries the colorblind allele and a father with normal vision can have children that are only
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A. normal boys and normal girls.
B. colorblind girls and colorblind boys.
C. normal boys, normal girls, and colorblind girls.
D. normal girls, normal boys, and colorblind boys.
Do you know what an allele is?
Yes, it is one or more forms of a gene that are made from a mutation and found on the the same chromosome.
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I think its D. because wouldn't they have a 50% chance?
I think it would be C since the mother has two X chromosomes and one of them has the colorblind allele. A daughter would also have two X chromosomes so itd be more likely the daughter would get it possibly.